Dr Kyle Simon Eggleton

BHB, MBChB, DipObstMedGyn, DipPaed, DIH, PGDipPH, MMedSci, MPH, FRNZCGP(Dist)

Biography

I am the Year 4 course director for General Practice and Primary Health Care as well as the GP academic with responsibilities for Year 5 and 6 placements in Northland. I work part time in the Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care and part time as the medical officer for Ki A Ora Ngātiwai, an iwi health provider based in Northland. 

My research interests broadly coalesce around the theme of quality of primary care. I am particularly interested in equity, access issues and participatory action research. My PhD topic explores the concept of measuring quality of iwi health providers and utilises a Kaupapa Māori aligned methodology.

Research | Current

Quality measures applied to iwi health providers

General practice undergraduate education

Teaching | Current

Course director for Year 4 general practice and primary health care

Distinctions/Honours

Distinguished Fellow Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners

Responsibilities

Year 5 and 6 GP attachments in Northland

All Year 4 GP attachments

Areas of expertise

Quality of primary care

Equity

Qualitative and quantitative methods

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Board member Northland Faculty RNZCGP

Member of the Medicine Adverse Reactions Committee

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Wallis, K. A., Eggleton, K. S., Dovey, S. M., Leitch, S., Cunningham, W. K., & Williamson, M. I. (2018). Research using electronic health records: Balancing confidentiality and public good. Journal of primary health care, 10 (4), 288-291. 10.1071/hc18040
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Katharine Wallis
  • Eggleton, K. (2018). Guest Editorial: Broken bodies and broken minds: the need for a general practice approach post trauma. Journal of primary health care, 10 (4), 285-286. 10.1071/hcv10n4_ed2
  • Quin, T., & Eggleton, K. (2018). What keeps Northland general practitioners working in Northland?. The New Zealand medical journal, 131 (1480), 32-37.
  • Shetty, A., Mills, C., & Eggleton, K. (2018). A repeat audit of primary care management of group A streptococcal pharyngitis in Northland, New Zealand 2016. Journal of primary health care, 10 (1), 18-24. 10.1071/hc17056
  • Eggleton, K., Stewart, L., & Kask, A. (2018). Ngātiwai Whakapakari Tinana: strengthening bodies through a Kaupapa Māori fitness and exercise programme. Journal of primary health care, 10 (1), 25-30. 10.1071/hc17068
  • Eggleton, K., Liaw, W., & Bazemore, A. (2017). Gaps in merit-based incentive payment system measures may reduce its impact on marginalized populations. Annals of Family Medicine, 15 (3), 255-257. 10.1370/afm.2075
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/41371
  • Eggleton, K., Penney, L., & Moore, J. (2017). Measuring doctor appointment availability in Northland general practice. Journal of Primary Health Care, 9 (1), 56-61. 10.1071/HC16036
  • Anderson, A., Mills, C., Eggleton, K. S., Henare-Toka, T., Palmer, J., Bay, B., & Bickerton, E. (2015). Northland District Health Board Research Report: Whānau experiences of the diagnosis and management of Acute Rheumatic Fever for tamariki in Te Tai Tokerau, Aotearoa. The University of Auckland. Related URL.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/30251
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Anneka Anderson

Identifiers

Contact details

Alternative contact

021686487

Office hours

Mondays and Tuesday all day, Wednesday afternoons

Primary office location

TAMAKI BUILDING 730 - Bldg 730
TAMAKI CAMPUS GATE 1, 261 MORRIN RD
ST JOHNS
AUCKLAND 1072
New Zealand

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