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AEA NZ Chapter Annual Symposium

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St Margaret's College

333 Leith Street

Dunedin, OTA 9016

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Our annual symposium is being held in Dunedin. Come along and further your understanding of the role of Epidemiology in Policy Development

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We have a fantastic line-up of speakers already organised, but would welcome additional contributions. Further, you can stay on another day and benefit from the Pharmaco-epidemiology Research Network Meeting on November 20. So far, our speakers for the day are:

Anders Hviid: Anders is a senior investigator at the Department of Epidemiology Research, Statens Serum Institut, Denmark. Anders’ research areas include vaccine safety, the safety of drug use in pregnancy and statistical methods and machine learning for register-based research. Anders will be presenting on “Vaccine Safety: Can Science Prevail?”

Donna Cormack (Kāti Mamoe, Kai Tahu): Donna is a senior research fellow at the University of Otago, Wellington. Donna’s research focus is on the collection and collation of ethnicity data in Aotearoa New Zealand, especially as it relates to measuring and monitoring inequities. Donna will be presenting on “Epidemiology, data justice and data sovereignty: towards a critical anti-colonial epidemiology”.

Shanthi Ameratunga: Shanthi is a paediatrician and public health physician by background. She leads a research programme focussing on trauma outcomes, injury prevention, disability and rehabilitation. Shanthi will be presenting on “Stimulating disability inclusive transport policies: Epidemiology at the cross-roads”

Gabrielle Davie: Gabrielle is a biostatistician by training and co-leads the Dunedin School of Medicine’s Administrative Data for Health Research hub. Gabrielle’s research is substantially focussed on the use of administrative data sources. She will be presenting on “Policy relevant injury research – findings from a selection of recent studies”

Scott Wombwell: Scott is an independent consultant working across project management, business intelligence and analytics. He specialises in using data to inform policy, practice, decisions and change, often as a conduit between decisions makers and researchers. Scott has designed and implemented performance frameworks for both public and private sector organisation. He will be presenting on "From data to delivery: how to move insights from paper to practice"

Rebecca Lilly: Rebbecca is a senior research fellow at the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago. Rebbecca’s research focus is on occupational health and safety, specifically on work hazards, work disability and economic participation following injury. Her presentation will focus on “Work-related fatal injury study: Shining new evidence into some very dark corners”

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