CPHR Presentations
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PRESENTATIONS BY CPHR TEAM 2006

Postgraduate Seminar, Medical School, University of Santiago de Chile, November, 2006.

Professor Neil Pearce. Asthma, genetics, and the environment.

Geohealth2006, Nelson, November, 2006.

Professor Neil Pearce. International comparisons of asthma.

Tu Kotahi Maori Asthma trust Training Day, Kokiri Marae, Seaview, October, 2006.

Professor Neil Pearce,  B Fox. The Maori Asthma Review and the Wairarapa Maori Asthma Project.

European Respiratory Society Annual Congress, Munich, Germany, September 2006.

Dr Christine van Dalen,  Professor Jeroen DouwesProfessor Neil PearceSoo ChengElizabeth Harding,  Revathy Senthilmohan,  Anthony Kettle. Inflammatory cell activation in eosinophilic and non-eosinophilic asthma. Eur Respir J, in press (abstract).

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Farming and asthma - is continued exposure required to maintain optimal protection?

International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology & Exposure (ISEE/ISEA), Paris, France, September 2006.

Lis Ellison-Loschmann,  Manolis Kogevinas,  J Sunyer,  E Plana,  Professor Neil Pearce,  J Zock,  D Jarvis,  J Anto. Socioeconomic status, asthma and bronchitis in a large community-based study. Epidemiol 2006; 17: S209 (abstract).

XVI Annual Meeting of the Australasian Epidemiological Association, Melbourne, Australia, September, 2006

Naomi Brewer,  E Banbury,  Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Mona Jeffreys. EA comparison of cervical screening performance indicators used in New Zealand and internationally. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 71 (abstract).

Naomi Brewer,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Professor Neil Pearce. Estimates of the population-attributable fractions of major risk factors for cancer in New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 70 (abstract).

Professor Jeroen DouwesSoo Cheng,  Noemie Travier,  Catherine Cohet,  A Niesink,  J McKenzie,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  Professor Graham Le Gros,  Erika von Mutius,  Professor Neil Pearce. Farm exposure in utero may protect against asthma, hay fever and eczema: a cross-sectional study in New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 31 (abstract).

Professor Jeroen Douwes,  Noemie Travier,  Soo ChengProfessor Neil Pearce. Early and current paracetamol use is a risk factor for asthma? A cross-sectional study in rural New Zealand children. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 90 (abstract).

Professor Jeroen DouwesProfessor Neil Pearce,  Dr Christine van Dalen,  Elizabeth Harding,  Peter Gibson,  Associate Professor Jodie Simpson,  Angela Zacharasiewicz,  J Harper,  Professor Graham Le Gros. Airway inflammation in childhood asthma: the contribution of non-allergic mechanisms. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 32 (abstract).

Amanda EngAndrea 't MannetjeProfessor Jeroen DouwesLis Ellison-Loschmann,  Phillipa Gander,  Bill Glass,  Ian Laird,  Stephen Legg,  Dave McLeanProfessor Neil Pearce. Occupational risk factors for asthma in the New Zealand population. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 33 (abstract).

Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Professor Neil Pearce. Breast cancer characteristics by ethnicity and deprivation index - preliminary results. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 69 (abstract).

Dave McLean,  Hayden Bennett,  Amanda EngProfessor Neil PearceProfessor Jeroen Douwes. Occupational exposures to organic dust and bacterial endotoxin in the New Zealand poultry processing industry. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 33 (abstract).

Professor Neil Pearce. Observational epidemiology vs clinical trials: do we want to ask the wrong questions and answer them well, or to ask the right questions and answer them badly? Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 18 (abstract).

Andrea 't MannetjeAmanda EngProfessor Jeroen DouwesLis Ellison-Loschmann,  Phillipa Gander,  Bill Glass,  Ian Laird,  Stephen Legg,  Dave McLeanProfessor Neil Pearce. Determinants of participation in an occupational health survey in New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 106 (abstract).

Noemie Travier,  Soo Cheng,  K Huang,  Professor Neil PearceProfessor Jeroen Douwes. Obesity and asthma in children and adults: a cross-sectional study in rural New Zealanders. Australasian Epidemiologist 2006; 13.3: 88 (abstract).

Second Annual Newcastle Asthma Meeting, Newcastle, Australia, September 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Asthma and the hygiene hypothesis - are we too clean?

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Triangle Research Park, North Carolina, USA, September, 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. How important is timing of exposure in protecting against asthma? A study in New Zealand farming families?

Center for Environmental Medicine, Asthma and Lung Biology, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, September, 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. How important is timing of exposure in protecting against asthma? A study in New Zealand farming families?

International Agricultural Cohort Consortium Meeting, National Cancer Institute, Rockville, Maryland, USA, September, 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Farming, allergies and asthma.

National Institute for Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway, USA, September, 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Does farming prevent asthma?

28th ICOH International Congress on Occupational Health, Milan, Italy, June 2006.

Dave McLean,  Hayden Bennett,  Amanda EngProfessor Neil PearceProfessor Jeroen Douwes. High dust and bacterial endotoxin exposures in poultry processing - a respiratory health risk?

Department of Sociology, University of Auckland, May 2006.

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology as a population science.

American Association for Cancer Research, Washington, DC, April, 2006.

Silvia de Sanjosé,  Lis Ellison-Loschmann,  Yolanda Benavente,  Enric Buendia,  Rebecca Font,  Professor Jeroen DouwesProfessor Neil Pearce,  Manolis Kogevinas,  Wendy Cozen. Immunoglobulin E levels prior to treatment and risk of lymphomas in a case-control study in Spain.

Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada, March 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. Asthma and the hygiene hypothesis - are we too clean?

4th Annual Scientific Conference of the Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM), Auckland, New Zealand, February 2006.

Professor Jeroen Douwes. The global epidemiology of childhood asthma.