CPHR Presentations
presentations

PRESENTATIONS BY CPHR TEAM 2008

Centre de Recerca en Epidemiologia Ambientale (CREAL), Barcelona, December 2008.

Professor Neil Pearce. Getting unstuck in environmental and occupational cancer research.

New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (NZCTU), Wellington, December 2008.

Amanda Eng. Self-reported occupational exposures in the New Zealand workforce.

Dave McLean. Building Research in Occupational Health in New Zealand (BROHNZ).

62nd Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, Seattle, WA, December 2008.

Associate Professor Wendyl D'Souza,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Mark Cook. Marked ethnic disparities in hospitalizations for seizures/epilepsy between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians from 1998-2004.

National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health (NCEPH) 20th Anniversary Symposium, Canberra, Australia, November, 2008.

National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health (NCEPH) 20th Anniversary Symposium, Canberra, Australia, November, 2008.

Professor Neil Pearce. Occupational health and safety.

Annual Scientific Meeting of NZ Section of Urological Society, Palmerston North, October, 2008.

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology of bladder cancer in New Zealand.

Wellington School of Medicine, Wellington, October, 2008.

Anna Matheson. "Treating" communities for health inequalities: complexity matters.

Medical Postgraduate Seminar, Casablanca, Morocco, October, 2008.

Professor Neil Pearce. Environmental causes of asthma.

XVIII International Epidemiological Association World Congress of Epidemiology, Porto Alegre, Brazil, September, 2008.

Naomi Brewer,  Craig Wright,  Noemie Travier,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  John Hornell,  Professor Neil Pearce,  Dr Mona Jeffreys. A New Zealand linkage study examining the associations between glycosylated haemoglobin concentration and mortality.

Naomi Brewer,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Dr Paul White,  Lis Ellison-LoschmannProfessor Neil Pearce. Cervical cancer survival in New Zealand.

Lis Ellison-Loschmann,  E Plana,  Professor Neil Pearce,  P Burney,  Manolis Kogevinas,  J Anto,  J Sunyer. Clustering of risk factors and socioeconomic status in the European Union Respiratory Health Survey.

Amanda EngAndrea 't MannetjeProfessor Jeroen DouwesLis Ellison-LoschmannDave McLean,  Phillipa Gander,  Bill Glass,  Ian Laird,  Stephen Legg,  Professor Neil Pearce. Occupational risk factors for asthma in the New Zealand population.

Fiona McKenzie,  Lis Ellison-LoschmannProfessor Neil Pearce. Ethnic inequalities: lifestyle risk factors and breast cancer survival.

Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Andrea 't MannetjeProfessor Neil Pearce. Prognostic factors in women with breast cancer: inequalities by ethnicity and socioeconomic position in New Zealand.

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology in a changing world.

Professor Neil Pearce. The International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC).

Australian System for Monitoring Asthma Occupational Asthma Workshop, Canberra, August, 2008.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Occupational asthma.

20th International Conference on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, San Jose, Costa Rica, June, 2008.

Dave McLeanAmanda EngDr Evan DrysonDr Chris WallsKC WongSoo ChengAndrea 't MannetjeLis Ellison-Loschmann,  Tania Slater,  Dr Phil ShoemackProfessor Neil Pearce. Morbidity in former sawmill workers exposed to pentachlorophenol (PCP): a cross-sectional study in New Zealand.

Sawmill Workers Against Poisoning (SWAP), Whakatane, May, 2008.

Dave McLeanProfessor Neil Pearce. Health outcomes in former New Zealand timber workers exposed to pentachlorophenol (PCP).

Wellington School of Medicine, Wellington, March, 2008.

Professor Neil Pearce. Corporate influences on epidemiology.

European Respiratory Society, Leuven, Belgium, March 2008.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Storms, floods, damp indoor environments and respiratory morbidity.

European Respiratory Society, Leuven, Belgium, March 2008.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Storms, floods, damp indoor environments and respiratory morbidity.

9th South East Asia Regional Scientific Meeting of the International Epidemiological Association, Dhaka, Bangladesh, February, 2008.

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology in a changing world.

Wellington School of Medicine and Auckland Medical School, February, 2008.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Leaky buildings: what do we know about the health effects.

Wellington Occupational Medicine Interest Group, Wellington, February, 2008.

Dave McLean. Exposure assessment in occupational epidemiology.