CPHR Presentations
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PRESENTATIONS BY CPHR TEAM 2005

10th Congress of the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology, 1st Joint Congress of the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology & American College of Chest Physicians, Guangzhou, China, November, 2005

Professor Neil Pearce. Global time trends in asthma.

School of Population Health, University of Auckland, November 2005.

Dioxin.

Royal Society of New Zealand, Dunedin, November, 2006.

Professor Neil Pearce. What causes asthma?

XV Annual Meeting of the Australasian Epidemiological Association, Newcastle, Australia, October, 2005

Juthika Badkar,  Dr Mona Jeffreys. Trends in cancer incidence and mortality in Asian New Zealanders. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 59 (abstract).

Naomi Brewer,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Noemie Travier,  Craig Wright,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  John Hornell,  Professor Neil Pearce. A New Zealand linkage study examining the association between glycosylated haemoglobin concentration, mortality and hospital usage. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 21 (abstract).

Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Vladimir Stevanovic,  Diana Sarfati,  Dr Martin Tobias,  Chris Lewis,  Professor Neil Pearce,  Tony Blakely. Socioeconomic inequalities in cancer survival in New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 60 (abstract).

Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Noemie Travier,  Craig Wright,  Naomi Brewer,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  John Hornell,  Professor Neil Pearce. The burden of undiagnosed diabetes in New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 21 (abstract).

Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Evan DrysonDave McLeanAndrea 't MannetjeSoo ChengDr Chris WallsProfessor Neil Pearce. Occupation and bladder cancer: a New Zealand Cancer Registry-based case-control study. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 62 (abstract).

Dave McLeanDr Evan DrysonAndrea 't MannetjeSoo ChengDr Chris Walls,  Fiona McKenzie,  Professor Neil Pearce. Occupation and Leukaemia: preliminary results from a New Zealand cancer registry-based case-control study. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 52 (abstract).

Professor Neil Pearce,  Nadia Aït-Khaled,  Richard Beasley,  Javier Mallol,  U Keil,  E Mitchell,  C Robertson,  and the ISAAC Phase Three Study Group. Worldwide trends in the prevalence of asthma symptoms: Phase III of the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC). Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 22 (abstract).

Professor Neil Pearce,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Naomi Brewer. Socioeconomic inequalities in cancer in Australia and New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 34 (abstract).

Andrea 't MannetjeDr Evan DrysonDave McLeanDr Chris Walls,  Fiona McKenzie,  Soo ChengProfessor Neil Pearce. Occupational risk factors for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in New Zealand. Preliminary results of a case-control study. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 52 (abstract).

Noemie Travier,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Naomi Brewer,  Craig Wright,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  John Hornell,  Professor Neil Pearce. Association between glycylated haemoglobin and cancer risk: a New Zealand linkage study. Australasian Epidemiologist 2005; 12: 31 (abstract).

17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Cape Town, South Africa, September 2005.

Claudia Galassi,  Enrica Migliore,  Professor Neil PearceProfessor Jeroen Douwes,  Massimiliano Bugiani,  G Galletti,  A Russo,  Giovannino Ciccone,  and SIDRIA-2 Collaborative Group. Prevalence of asthma in migrant and non-migrant children in Italy.

Enrica Migliore,  Giovanna Berti,  Claudia Galassi,  Francesco Forastiere,  Professor Neil Pearce,  Giovanni Viegi,  Giovannino Ciccone,  and SIDRIA-2 Collaborative Group. Car and truck truck traffic and adverse effects on respiratory health in childhood: the results of a large Italian multicentre survey (Sidria 2). Epidemiol 2005; 16: S142 (abstract).

17th EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational health, Bergen, Norway, September 2005.

Professor Jeroen DouwesProfessor Neil Pearce. Can exposure to microbial agents reverse allergic immune responses?

Dave McLean,  M Prause,  Wouter Fransman,  Noemie Travier,  Professor Jeroen DouwesProfessor Neil Pearce. Formaldehyde exposure and respiratory symptoms in New Zealand plywood mill workers.

Andrea 't MannetjeProfessor Neil Pearce. Bladder cancer risk in sales workers: artefact or cause for concern?

17th World Congress of Epidemiology, Bangkok, Thailand, August 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce,  Nadia Aït-Khaled,  Richard Beasley,  Javier Mallol,  U Keil,  E Mitchell,  C Robertson,  and the ISAAC Phase Three Study Group. Worldwide trends in the prevalence of asthma symptoms: Phase III of the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC).

AEA Workshop Epidemiology and Child Health, Wellington, New Zealand, July 2005.

Dr Mona Jeffreys,  B Galobardes,  George Davey Smith,  Peter McCarron. Long term outcomes of childhood deprivation.

Professor Neil Pearce. Genetics, race, ethnicity and health.

Istituo Superiore di Sanita, Rome, Italy, June 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology as a population science.

Mid-Winter Dialogues, Christchurch School of Medicine, New Zealand, June 2005.

Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Vladimir Stevanovic,  Dr Martin Tobias,  Chris Lewis,  Lis Ellison-LoschmannProfessor Neil Pearce,  Tony Blakely. Ethnic Inequalities in Cancer Survival in New Zealand.

Municipal Institute of Medical Reseach (IMIM), Barcelona, Spain, May 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Why is asthma prevalence (no longer) increasing?

Studi Italiani sui Disturbi Respiratori nell' Infanzia (SIDRIA), Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy, May 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Preliminary findings from ISAAC Phase III.

University of Turin, Italy, May 2005.

Lis Ellison-Loschmann. Asthma in Maori in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

University of Turin, Turin, Italy, April 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Why is asthma prevalence (no longer) increasing?

Osservatorio Epidemiologico Regionale, Roma, Italy, April 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Why is asthma prevalence (no longer) increasing?

Italian Epidemiology Association Annual Meeting, Taranto, Italy, April 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Methodological aspects in environmental epidemiology.

Cancer Treatment Working Party, New Zealand, March 2005.

Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Vladimir Stevanovic,  Dr Martin Tobias,  Chris Lewis,  Lis Ellison-LoschmannProfessor Neil Pearce,  Tony Blakely. Ethnic Inequalities in Cancer Survival in New Zealand.

University of Milan, Milan, Italy, March 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Why is asthma prevalence (no longer) increasing?

University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom, March 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Why is asthma prevalence (no longer) increasing?

BreastScreen Aotearoa Advisory Group, New Zealand, February 2005.

Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Vladimir Stevanovic,  Dr Martin Tobias,  Chris Lewis,  Lis Ellison-LoschmannProfessor Neil Pearce,  Tony Blakely. Ethnic Inequalities in Cancer Survival in New Zealand.

University of Turin, Italy, February 2005.

Professor Neil Pearce. Analysis of time-related variables.