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PRESENTATIONS BY CPHR TEAM 2010

VIIIth IEA Eastern Mediterranean Region Scientific Meeting, Beirut, Lebanon, November, 2010.

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology in a changing world.

New Zealand Ergonomics Conference, Nelson, November 2010.

Baiduri Widanarko,  Stephen Legg,  Mark Stevenson,  Jason Devereux,  Amanda EngAndrea 't MannetjeSoo ChengProfessor Jeroen DouwesLis Ellison-LoschmannDave McLeanProfessor Neil Pearce. Work-related risk factors associated with nmusculoskeletal symptoms among New Zealand workers.

XX Annual Meeting of the Australasian Epidemiological Association, Sydney, September 2010.

Naomi BrewerProfessor Barry Borman,  Diana Sarfati,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Associate Professor Steven T Fleming,  Soo ChengProfessor Neil Pearce. Does comorbidity explain the ethnic inequalities in cervical cancer survival in New Zealand? Australasian Epidemiologist 2010; 17: 33-34 (abstract).

Kerry Cheung,  Dave McLeanKC WongProfessor Jeroen Douwes. Wood dust and formaldehyde exposure and its determinants in the joinery and furniture manufacturing industry in New Zealand. Australasian Epidemiologist 2010; 17: 46 (abstract).

Dr Milena Maule,  Professor Neil Pearce. Application of multiple imputation for correction of misclassification of smoking status in the association between smoking and lung cancer: a Bayesian approach. Australasian Epidemiologist 2010; 17: 53-54 (abstract).

Amanda EngAndrea 't MannetjeProfessor Jeroen DouwesLis Ellison-LoschmannDave McLeanProfessor Neil Pearce. Gender differences in occupational exposure patterns. Australasian Epidemiologist 2010; 17: 50-51 (abstract).

Professor Neil Pearce,  Paolo Vineis. Heritability and genes in GWAS research. Australasian Epidemiologist 2010; 17: 25 (abstract).

School of Population Health, Auckland, September, 2010.

Professor Neil Pearce. The analysis of variance and the analysis of causes: Genetics, race, ethnicity, obesity, exercise, energy intake, and why you shouldn't use stepwise regression.

Australia and New Zealand Society for Occupational Medicine (ANZSOM), Wellington, September, 2010.

Wellington School of Medicine, Wellington, September, 2010.

Professor Neil Pearce. The analysis of variance and the analysis of causes: Genetics, race, ethnicity, obesity, exercise, energy intake, and why you shouldn't use stepwise regression.

New Zealand Meat Industry Association Industry Health and Safety Committee Meeting, Wellington, September 2010.

Dave McLean. Cancer in meat workers: identifying the causal exposures.

New Zealand Occupational Health Nurses Association – New Zealand Institute of Safety Management Annual Conference, New Plymouth, September 2010.

Dave McLeanAndrea 't MannetjeDr Evan DrysonDr Chris Walls,  Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Milena Maule,  Soo Cheng,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  Hans Kromhout,  Paolo Boffetta,  Aaron Blair,  Professor Neil Pearce. Occupation and Lung Cancer: Results from a New Zealand Cancer-Registry based Case-Control Study.

International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Annual Conference, Seoul, Korea, August, 2010.

Professor Barry BormanAssociate Professor Deborah Read. 2,4,5-T and birth defects in New Zealand.

Northern Employers and Manufacturers Association 14th Annual Occupational Health and Safety Conference, Auckland, 22 July 2010.

Dave McLean. Occupational cancers: About 30-40% of work-related deaths are thought to be due to occupational cancer.

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, May, 2010.

Professor Neil Pearce. Methodology for epidemiological studies in the 21st century.

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, March, 2010.

Professor Neil Pearce. The analysis of variance and the analysis of causes: issues at the interface between epidemiology and biostatistics.

International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France, March, 2010.

Professor Neil Pearce. Environmental Cancer Epidemiology: the importance of international collaborative studies.

Joint Scientific Meeting of the IEA Western Pacific Region and the Japanese Epidemiological Association, Koshigaya, Japan, January, 2010.

Naomi BrewerProfessor Neil Pearce,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Professor Barry BormanLis Ellison-Loschmann. Does screening history explain the ethnic differences in cervical cancer in New Zealand? J Epidemiol 2010; 20: S51 (abstract).

Bianca Claas,  Lis Ellison-Loschmann,  Dr Mona Jeffreys. Self-reported oral health and access to dental care among pregnant women in Wellington J Epidemiol 2010; 20: S86 (abstract).

Dave McLeanAndrea 't MannetjeDr Evan DrysonDr Chris Walls,  Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Milena Maule,  Soo Cheng,  Professor Chris Cunningham,  Hans Kromhout,  Aaron Blair,  Professor Neil Pearce. Case-control study of high risk occupations for lung cancer in New Zealand J Epidemiol 2010; 20: S64 (abstract).

Amanda EngAndrea 't MannetjeProfessor Jeroen DouwesLis Ellison-LoschmannDave McLeanProfessor Neil Pearce. Occupational risk factors for chronic bronchitis and asthma in New Zealand J Epidemiol 2010; 20: S85 (abstract).

Fiona McKenzie,  Dr Mona Jeffreys,  Alexander Ives. Are there socio-economic inequalities in survival from screen-detected breast cancer? Epidemiol 2010; 20: S57 (abstract).

Professor Neil Pearce. Epidemiology in a changing world. J Epidemiol 2010; 20: S33 (abstract).