Massey University

About Massey University

Massey University is a university located in Palmerston North, New Zealand, Albany, New Zealand, and Wellington, New Zealand. Massey University has approximately 35,000 students, 17,000 of whom are extramural or distance-learning students.

Reviewers: 190

4th in New Zealand

Reviews: 1,742

4th in New Zealand

Merit: 5,968

4th in New Zealand

Openness: 3.9

2nd in New Zealand

Journal Editors at Massey University

Reviewers from Massey University

  • Reviewer

    Jeffery Adams

    Jeff is a qualitative researcher and evaluator. His particular research interest is in sexuality, gender and health, as well as alcohol, gambling and recreation/leisure. His evaluation work includes teaching evaluation methods and supporting the development of evaluation practices in community-based health and social service organisations.

  • Reviewer

    Ian M. Evans

    Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand. Author of two books published by Oxford University Press, entitled How and Why People Change, and How and Why Thoughts Change. Fiction writer: first published novel "Forgive me my trespasses" (Archway, 2015) is available on Amazon. My second novel, entitled "The Eye of Kuruman", has been published by Vanguard Books (Pegasus Publishing) in the UK. I now live in Hawaii, USA.

  • Reviewer

    Keren Dittmer

    I am a veterinary pathologist with a special interest in bones, vitamin D metabolism, and genetic diseases

  • Reviewer

    Margaret A Brunton

    Margaret Brunton has a PhD in Management Communication and is an Assoc. Prof. in the School of Communication, Journalism & Marketing at Massey University, Auckland, NZ. Margaret's research focuses on the role of communication in facilitating a diverse and sustainable health sector. Prior to entering academia, she worked as an RN in clinical and management roles in the public and private health sector, caring for various cultural groups in a clinical setting. Subsequent research interests include the influence of the health reforms on practice, the provision of services, and ethical communication within the multicultural healthcare sector. Research focuses not only on the communication practice of health professionals within public health organisations, but also on those the system is designed to serve.

  • Reviewer

    Carol Wham

    Associate Professor, Massey university, Auckland