Melanie Tomintz

Research Manager Melanie Tomintz

Ernest Rutherford 261
Internal Phone: 93824

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

Current research focuses on geospatial analysis in the area of public health for New Zealand.

Recent Publications

  • Beere P., Kingham S., Tomintz M., Campbell M. and McCarthy J. (2018) Examining the Spatial Distribution of Long Term Condition Hospitalisations in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Phase 1.. In Geographic Proximity to Health Services for Individuals Living with Cancer, Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Renal, and Respiratory Conditions by Socioeconomic Status, Ethnicity, and Urban Classification 2011-2016, GeoHealth Laboratory. Commissioned by Ministry of Health.
  • Tomintz M., Campbell M. and McCarthy J. (2018) Identifying gaps for defibrillators based on different population groups: a location-allocation analysis. In Identifying gaps for defibrillators based on different population groups: a location-allocation analysis, GeoHealth Laboratory. Commissioned by Ministry of Health.
  • Tomintz M., Campbell MH. and McCarthy J. (2018) Modelling policy relevant small area smoking simulations at neighbourhood level to add new insights and information. GeoHealth Laboratory. Commissioned by Ministry of Health.
  • Tomintz MN. (2017) E-cigarette smokers in New Zealand - where are you? Turin, Italy: 6th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association, 21-23 Jun 2017.
  • Tomintz MN. (2017) Intelligently targeting specific population groups using geospatial analysis and tools. Ministry of Health, Wellington, New Zealand: GeoHealth Symposium, 5-5 May 2017.