“ESSENTIALLY A WOMAN’S WORK”: A HISTORY OF GENERAL NURSING IN NEW ZEALAND, 1830-1930, PhD thesis,University of Otago, August 2010
http://”ESSENTIALLY A WOMAN’S WORK”: A HISTORY OF GENERAL NURSING IN NEW ZEALAND, 1830-1930
Domestic disquiet? : New Zealand responses to conflict in Malaya/Malaysia 1954-1966, Georgina Sargison, thesis Univeristy of Otago, 2006
Saris in a cold climate: Colombo Plan Students at the University of Otago, Georgina Sargison, 2006, in Culture of Change: Beginnings of the University of Otago
Gender, Class and Power: ideologies and conflict during the transition to trained female nursing at two New Zealand hospitals, 1889-95, Women’s History Review, Vol 8, number 2, 1997 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09612029700200145?needAccess=true,
The Wages of Sin: Aspects of Nurse training at Dunedin Hospital in the 1920s and 19302, Womens Study Journal 11 (August 1995)
New Zealand Nurses’ Association 1909 – 1993. This essay written by Patricia Sargison was first published in Women Together: a History of Women’s Organisations in New Zealand in 1993. It was updated by Patricia Sargison in 2018.
Notable women in New Zealand health : Te hauora ki Aotearoa : ona wahine rongonui
ISBN 10: 0582860784 / ISBN 13: 9780582860780, Published by Longman Paul, 1993
Diary 1994 : the book of New Zealand women = ko kui ma te kaupapa.[Wellington, N.Z.] :Bridget Williams Books for publication by Whitcoulls, 1993.
Victoria’s Furthest Daughters: A Bibliography of published sources for the study of women in New Zealand 1830-1914, Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust, 1984
The aid business : an annotated bibliography of New Zealand’s development assistance programme, 1950-1978, New Zealand Library School thesis, 1978