Public Health Association
Publication: The Lens, Vol 1, No 1, The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement,
Windhover edited this publication and did the design and layout. We also wrote all articles within it attributed to the Public Health Association.
See also: The Lens, Vol 2, No 1, Housing, October 2016
Child Wellbeing Network Bulletin
Publication: Child Wellbeing Network Bulletin, May 2017
Windhover edits this publication and is responsible for its design and layout.
Health Quality and Safety Commission
Quality Improvement at DHBs
Publication: Making Our Hospitals Safer – Serious and Sentinel Events reported by District Health Boards in 2011/12, November 2012
Case studies illustrating quality improvement initiatives at New Zealand District Health Boards
New Zealand Drug Foundation
Windhover has provided communications assistance to the New Zealand Drug Foundation for many years. This has included website content development, media releases and opinion pieces, artwork, and social media. Importantly we sub edit
The Drug Foundation's quarterly magazine Matters of Substance, and regularly write articles for it.
Cover: Where are we at with alcohol reform?
Publication: Matters of Substance, May 2016
It's been two-and-a-half years since the Sale and Supply of Alcohol 2012 Act was implemented in late 2013, so how are the changes bedding in? Are there signs of positive change to New Zealand's worrying drinking culture, and what's left to be done?
Needles and NIMBYs – Challenges to setting up a needle exchange
Publication: Matters of Substance, August 2014
The cry "Not in my back yard!" is often heard when communities are confronted by a social solution they don't fully understand. But when
implemented with persistence and care, harm reduction initiatives like needle exchanges can win out over fear and misplaced loathing.
Why not drug testing at work?
Publication: Safeguard, November/December 2014
A consultative, health-based approach to alcohol and drugs in the workplace is the way to go.
Hāpai te Hauora
Tobacco Control Update
Publication: Tobacco Control Update, 24 May 2017
This fortnightly e-newsletter is compiled by Windover and sent using MailChimp. We are also responsible for its design.
From hare to here
Publication: Lured, November 2008
A brief pictorial history of greyhound racing in New Zealand. Copy was researched from existing publications and from interviews with experienced greyhound owners and racers.
International Drug Policy Consortium
Publication: Briefing Paper: New Zealand's psychoactive substances legislation, December 2013
We wrote this lengthy paper for the IDPC in conjunction with the New Zealand Drug Foundation. Its purpose was to detail for the world New Zealand's innovative approach to recreational drug regulation.
Alcohol Healthwatch/New Zealand Drug Foundation
Publication: The last chance for a generation
The brief here was to produce a resource documenting perspectives on the alcohol law reform that took place in 2012. Windhover conducted all the interviews, wrote the individual pieces, took the photos and designed the publication.
New Zealand Transport Agency
Are you safe to drive? and
Is your patient safe to drive?
brochure content development, February 2016
This purpose of this work was to provide clear and simple information
for drivers and medical professionals about driving when taking
Bike Wise Month
Publication: Endurance, February 2009
It's hardly surprising that Bike Wise Week events attract more pedal pumping punters every year. Cyclist numbers are growing noticeably in New Zealand.
Matua Raki News – Editing/design/photography
Publication: Matua Raki News, June 2012
Matua Raki is the national centre for addiction workforce development in New Zealand, working across the country and around the world to support the addiction workforce in minimising addiction-related harm.
Ministry of Health/Medibank
Healthline News – Editing and design
Publication: Healthline News, May 2012
Healthline is staffed by experienced registered nurses who provide free health information and advice to New Zealand callers.