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- C2 Lecture Theatre, Central Lecture Block, University of Canterbury, Christchurch
Professor Ann Richardson, Wayne Francis Cancer Epidemiology Research Group, School of Health Sciences
Although the benefits of screening tend to be well recognised, the potential harms of screening are not always acknowledged. Understanding the benefits and harms will help people to make informed decisions about cancer screening.
Ann Richardson is an epidemiologist and public health physician. Ann obtained her undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications in medicine and public health in New Zealand, was a clinical research fellow at the University of Oxford, and was Professor of Public Health at the University of Otago Christchurch campus. Ann has also worked as a public health physician for the Canterbury District Health Board. Ann has served on national working parties and advisory groups, and in 2008 received a QSO for services to public health.
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