Janet has developed a number of review documents which have been used to advocate for changes to policy and practice to improve outcomes for children with sensory impairments. She has had her work published and has presented at local and international conferences.

Digby JE, Crosbie AE, Singh GK (2016) 2015-2016 Annual Outcomes Report. Services, families, outcomes. The Hearing House, Auckland. ISSN 2463-2791.

Digby JE, Purdy SC, Kelly AS (2016) Deafness Notification Database (2015): Notified cases of hearing loss, not remediable by grommets among New Zealanders under the age of 19. Accessable, Auckland, New Zealand.

Digby JE (2016) Benchmarking Public Audiology Services:  New Zealand Audiological Society, Auckland, New Zealand.

Digby JE, Purdy SC, Kelly AS (2015) New Zealand's Deafness Notification Database and what we are learning. New Zealand Audiological Society Conference, July 2015. Auckland, New Zealand.

Digby JE. (2014)  New Zealand Audiological Society Membership Survey - 2014 Results. Levare Limited, May 2014.

Digby JE, Purdy SC, Kelly AS, Welch D, Thorne PR (2014) Are hearing losses among young Māori different to those found in the young NZ European population? New Zealand Medical Journal. 18 July 2014, Vol 127 No 1398; ISSN 1175 8716.

Digby JE. (2013) Toby Project Options Paper, Narrowing the focus. Prepared for the JR McKenzie Trust. July 2013.

Digby JE. (2011) Presentation on New Zealand Deafness Statistics, School of Population Health, University of Auckland, Spring Symposium: Hearing Health Issues facing the population.

See Here (2008) Improving services for children with mild and moderate vision impairment, JR McKenzie Trust, Wellington.

Presented papers on newborn hearing screening to two international conferences (International Conference on Newborn Hearing Screening NHS: 2004, Como, Italy and National Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Conference, Sydney, 2005).

Digby JE, Thorne PT, Webster D, Keith WJ, Wilson O, Cooper M. (2004) Improving outcomes for children with permanent congenital hearing impairment: the case for a national newborn hearing screening and early intervention programme. Project HIEDI, Auckland, New Zealand. ISBN 0-476-00923-5 (First author)