Resources & Publications

Handouts and Resources.

  1. Boundaries:      Boundaries
  2. Assertiveness:  Assertiveness
  3. Pennebaker:      Pennebaker
  4. Nine Quick ways to calm your nervous system    9 Quick ways to calm your nervous system
  5. Five steps to overcome PERFECTIONISM    Five steps to overcoming PERFECTIONISM
  6. Self Compassion audio-guide: Dr Renske van den Brink

Publications for Connect Communications

Peer Reviewed Publications authored by the Connect Directors
2021 Henning, M. A., Feng, X. J., Chen, Y., Moir, F., Krägeloh, C. U., Hobson, J., & Webster, C. S.
(2021). Mindfulness in Tai Chi Chuan as Practised amongst Higher Education Students with
Implications for Health and Learning: A Narrative Review. OBM Integrative and Complementary
Medicine, 06(04), 1. doi:10.21926/obm.icm.2104033


2021 Henning, M. A., Stonyer, J., Chen, Y., Hove, B. A. -T., Moir, F., Coomber, T., & Webster, C. S.
(2021). Medical Students’ Quality of Life and Its Association with Harassment and Social Support.
Medical Science Educator, 1-10. doi:10.1007/s40670-021-01463-z


2021 Henning, M. A., Stonyer, J., Chen, Y., Hove, B. A. -T., Moir, F., & Webster, C. S. (2021). Medical
Students’ Experience of Harassment and Its Impact on Quality of Life: A Scoping Review. Medical
science educator, 31(4), 1487-1499. doi:10.1007/s40670-021-01301-2


2021 Molodynski, A…. Moir F ….. . . . Bhugra, D et al. (2021). Cultural variations in wellbeing, burnout
and substance use amongst medical students in twelve countries. International review of psychiatry
(Abingdon, England), 33(1-2), 37-42. doi:10.1080/09540261.2020.1738064


2020 Moir, F. M., Fernando, A. T., Patten, B., Kumar, R., & Narshai, U. (2020). How Psychologically
Healthy are New Zealand Dentists? The Prevalence of Psychological Conditions from the NZDA
Wellness Survey. The New Zealand Dental Journal, 116, 5-18. Retrieved from
https://www.nzda.org.nz/assets/files/Archives/NZDJ_Articles/2020/March_2020/How_Psychologi
cally_Healthy_are_New_Zealand_Dentists.pdf


2020 Moir, F. M., & Van den Brink, A. (2020). Current insights in veterinarians’ psychological wellbeing.
New Zealand veterinary journal, 68(1), 3-12. doi:10.1080/00480169.2019.1669504


2019: Van den brink, Renske & Warburton, Cathy. Beating burnout with Balint. Vetscript April 2019.


2019 Farrell, S. M., Moir, F., Molodynski, A., & Bhugra, D. (2019). Psychological wellbeing, burnout and
substance use amongst medical students in New Zealand. International review of psychiatry
(Abingdon, England), 31(7-8), 630-636. doi:10.1080/09540261.2019.1681204


2018 Moir, F., Yielder, J., Dixon, H., & Hawken, S. (2018). SAFE-DRS: Health and Wellbeing in the
Curriculum in the Auckland Medical Programme. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity
and Change, 4(3), 49-64. Retrieved from http://www.ijicc.net/


2018: Van den Brink R in the collaborative book edited by Dr Brian Broom, “Transforming Clinical
Practice using the MindBody Approach: A Radical Integration.” Broom B. Transforming clinical practice
using the mindbody approach: A radical integration. Routledge; 2018 Mar 8.


2018 Arroll, B., Chin, W. Y., Moir, F., & Dowrick, C. (2018). An evidence-based first consultation for
depression: nine key messages. The British journal of general practice: the journal of the Royal
College of General Practitioners, 68(669), 200-201. doi:10.3399/bjgp18x695681


2018 Henning, M. A., Park, T. J., Moir, F., Krageloh, C., Mysko, C., Hobson, J., & Webster, C. S. (2018).
Integrating mindfulness and physical exercises for medical students: A systematic review. OBM
Integrative and Complementary Medicine, 3(4), 30 pages. doi:10.21926/obm.icm.1804027


2018 Moir, F., Yielder, J., Sanson, J., & Chen, Y. (2018). Depression in medical students: current insights.
Advances in medical education and practice, 9, 323-333. doi:10.2147/amep. s137384


2017 Henning, M. A., Zhou, C., Adams, P., Moir, F., Hobson, J., Hallett, C., & Webster, C. S. (2017).
Workplace harassment among staff in higher education: A systematic review. Asia Pacific
Education Review, 18(4), 521-539. doi:10.1007/s12564-017-9499-0


2017 Arroll, B., Moir, F., & Kendrick, T. (2017). Effective management of depression in primary care: a review of the literature. BJGP open, 1(2). doi:10.3399/bjgpopen17x101025


2016 Webster, C. S., Luo, A. Y., Krägeloh, C., Moir, F., & Henning, M. (2016). A systematic review of
the health benefits of Tai Chi for students in higher education. Preventive Medicine Reports, 3,
103-112. doi:10.1016/j.pmedr.2015.12.006


2016 Moir, F., Henning, M., Hassed, C., Moyes, S. A., & Elley, C. R. (2016). A peer-support and
mindfulness program to improve the mental health of medical students. Teaching and Learning in
Medicine, 28(3), 293-302. doi:10.1080/10401334.2016.1153475


2015 Moir, F., Fernando, A. T., Kumar, S., Henning, M., Moyes, S. A., & Elley, C. R. (2015). Computer
Assisted Learning for the Mind (CALM): The Mental Health of Medical Students and Their Use of
a Self-Help Website. New Zealand Medical Journal, 128(1441), 51-58. Retrieved from
https://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/read-the-journal/all-issues/2010-2019/2015/vol-128-no-1411-27-
mar-2015/6480


2012 Elley, C. R., Clinick, T., Wong, C., Arroll, B., Kennelly, J., Doerr, H., . . . Kerse, N. (2012).
Effectiveness of simulated clinical teaching in general practice: Randomised controlled trial.
Journal of Primary Healthcare, 4(4), 281-287. Retrieved from
https://www.rnzcgp.org.nz/assets/documents/Publications/JPHC/December-2012/JPHCOSPElleyDecember2012.pdf


2012 Hawken, S. J., Huggard, P., Alley, P., Clark, A., & Moir, F. (2012). Consensus statement from the
Health of the Health Professional Conference, November 2011. The New Zealand medical journal,
125(1353), 165-169.


2012 Henning, M. A., Krageloh, K., Moir, F. M., Doherty I., & Hawken S. (2012). Quality of Life:
international and domestic students studying medicine in New Zealand. Perspectives on Medical
Education, 1(3), 129-142. doi:10.1007/s40037-012-0019-y


2010 Arroll, B., & Moir, F. (2010). Time for a rethink of treatment for patients with depression in primary
care. The British journal of general practice: the journal of the Royal College of General
Practitioners, 60(578), 641-642. doi:10.3399/bjgp10x515331


2010 Sisley, R., Henning, M. A., Hawken, S. J., & Moir, F. M. (2010). A Conceptual Model of Workplace
Stress: The issue of accumulation and recovery and the health professional. New Zealand Journal
of Employment Relations, 35(2), 3-15.


2009 Moir, F. M., Van den Brink, R., Fox, R., & Hawken, S. J. (2009). Effective Communication
Strategies to Enhance Patient Self-Care. Journal of Primary Health Care, 1(1), 67-70.


2008 Moir, F. M. (2008). What could we have done for her now? BMJ, 337, 935. doi:10.1136/bmj.a2106
2008 Hawken, S. J., Moir, F. M., Van den Brink, R., & Fox, R. (2008). REBELS: An approach to
communication challenges in the consultation. New Zealand Family Physician, 35(4), 274-277.

Co-authored Book:
2019 Krägeloh, C. U., Henning, M. A., Medvedev, O. N., Feng, X. J., Moir, F., Billington, R., & Siegert,
R. J. Mindfulness-based intervention research: Characteristics, approaches, and developments.

2018 Henning, M. A., Krageloh, C. U., Dryer, R., Moir, F., Billington, D. R., & Hill, A. G. (2018).
Wellbeing in higher education. London, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis Ltd.

Book Chapters:
2021 Feng, X. J., Chen, Y., Webster, C. S., Moir, F., Hobson, J., & Henning, M. (2021). Southampton
Mindfulness Questionnaire. In O. Medvedev, C. Krägeloh, R. Siegert, & N. Singh (Eds.),. In
(Eds.), Handbook of Assessment in Mindfulness Research: Springer.. Springer. Retrieved from
https://meteor.springer.com/container/contribute.jsf?id=213430

2020: Moir F, Van den Brink R, Arroll, B, Self-Compassion in Primary Care: A powerful tool for
patients and practitioners New Perspectives in Compassion for Tomorrow’s Doctors, Rodger Charlton
MD (1st Edition 2020), Published by Rodger Charlton, Chair of the Compassion Special Interest
Group, Society of Academic Primary Care

2019: Arroll, B., Chin, W. Y., Moir, F. M., Mount, V., & Dowrick, C. (2019). Depression: An Evidence-
Based First Consultation. In C. Dowrick (Ed.), Global Primary Mental Health Care Practical
Guidance for Family Doctors (1st ed., pp. 19-35). Oxfordshire: Routledge.


2018 Henning, M. A., Krageloh, C. U., Dryer, R., Moir, F., Billington, D. R., & Hill, A. G. (2018).
Introduction Developing meaning and purpose. In M. A. Henning, C. U. Krageloh, R. Dryer, F.
Moir, D. R. Billington, & A. G. Hill (Eds.), Wellbeing in Higher Education: Cultivating a Healthy
Lifestyle Among Faculty and Students (pp. 1-4). Routledge.


2015 Moir, F., Lyndon, M., Henning, M. A., Wang, G., Yielder, J., & Hill, A. (2015). Preventing burnout
in undergraduate and postgraduate students studying medicine. In T. N. Winston (Ed.), Handbook
on burnout and sleep deprivation: Risk factors, management strategies and impact on performance
and behavior (pp. 219-232). New York, NY, USA: Nova Science Publishers.

2015 Yielder, J., & Moir, F. M. (2015). Health and wellbeing curriculum: In C. Gunn, T. Cairns, & L.
Ramsay (Eds.), Reflections on rethinking the classroom: Interactive teaching and learning – He
kohinga whakaaro mō te ako. A collection of teaching cases from the 2014 CLeaR Fellows and
colleagues (pp. 68-72). Auckland, New Zealand: Centre for Learning and Research in Higher
Education (CLeaR), The University of Auckland.


2014 Moir, F., & Fernando, A. (2014). The computer assisted learning for the mind (CALM) website:
Teaching skills to increase resilience. In Student Motivation and Quality of Life in Higher
Education (pp. 149-157). doi:10.4324/9781315814070


2013 Henning, M. A., Krageloh, C., Moir, F. M., Hawken, S. J., Lyndon, M. P., & Hill, A. G. (2013). The
quality of life of medical students and clinicians. In A. P. Giardino, & E. R. Giardino (Eds.),
Medical Education: Global Perspectives, Challenges and Future Directions (pp. 231-250). New
York: Nova Biomedical.

Discussion Paper
TSE, S.S., FANSLOW, J.L., MOIR, F.M., NEWCOMBE, D.A.L.’Population Perspective On Mental Health: Everybody’s Business’, Mindnet, 11, 2007, p-,
http://www.mindnet.org.nz/article.php?issueno=11&articleno=110

Commissioned Reports
MOIR, F.M.’Phase Two: Regional Addictions Training for Mental Health Staff in The Northern Region’, Northern District Health Boards Support Agency[, 1-27, 2007


HUGHES, F.A., O’BRIEN, A.J., MOIR, F.M., THOM, K.A., FIRKIN, P.F.’Stocktake of Primary Mental Health Care Initiatives and Workforce in the Northern District Health Boards Region’, Northern District Health Board Support Agency, 1-55, 2006