Note to the Havelock North Inquiry – Think Big

Monday, September 26th, 2016 | Kate Sloane | 4 Comments

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Prof Alistair Woodward, A/Prof Simon Hales

Muddy fieldAn Independent Inquiry is now investigating the cause of the water-borne outbreak caused by Campylobacter in Havelock North. In this blog we consider the background to this issue and argue the Inquiry must not miss the opportunity to think up-stream, on the scale of water catchments, agricultural economies and climate systems.

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Public Health at the Movies: A Selection of 35 Top Movies

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 | Kate Sloane | 4 Comments

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Associate Professor Nick Wilson, Dr Peter Gallagher

We have assembled a collection of 35 high quality movies as part of public health teaching for medical students. In this blog post we detail the movies and reflect on some of the aspects that make them both educational and entertaining.

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