Profiles And Contributions To This Article

The impact of the introduction of a point-of-care haematology analyser in a New Zealand rural hospital with no onsite laboratory

Katharina  Blattner

Assoc Prof Katharina Blattner ORCID logo

qualifications: FRNZCGP FDRHMNZ

contribution: Study conception and design, Acquisition of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision, Critical revision

position: Rural Doctor, Hokianga Health; Senior Lecturer, Dunedin School of Medicine, Otago University; Honorary Academic General Practice & Primary Healthcare, Auckland University

New Zealand

Kati works as a rural doctor (General Practice and Rural Hospital Medicine)based at Rawene Hospital in Hokianga, NZ. She is Associate Professor with the Rural Section of the Department of General Practice & Rural Health and holds the Pacific Nations Liaison role at Va'a o Tautai, both at the University of Otago . She has an honorary clinical lecturer role with Auckland University.


Catherine  J Beazley

Ms Catherine Beazley

qualifications: MNurs

contribution: Study conception and design, Acquisition of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Critical revision

position: Nurse Practitioner Hokianga Health


Garry  Nixon

Assoc Prof Garry Nixon ORCID logo

qualifications: FRNZCGP(Dist.) FDRHMNZ

contribution: Study conception and design, Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision

position: Associate Dean Rural

New Zealand

Rural hospital medicine


Geoffrey  Herd

Mr Geoffrey Herd

qualifications: MAppSci

contribution: Study conception and design, Critical revision

position: Point-of-care testing coordinator, Northland District Health Board


John   Wigglesworth

John Wigglesworth

qualifications: 0

contribution: Analysis and interpretation of data, Critical revision

position: CEO

New Zealand

Chief Executive Officer of Hokianga Health Entrerprise Trust in the Far North of New Zealand. A community owned rural integrated primary health provider, serving an remote and poor community. 70% of the population served is of Maori ethnicity.


Marara Grace Rogers-Koroheke

Ms Marara Rogers-Koroheke

qualifications: 0

contribution: Analysis and interpretation of data, Critical revision

position: Community Development Hokianga Health

Dip.PMER, Dip. Matauranga Maori, Post Grad Maori Health


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