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Sun. 18 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

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We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

2018 Pub Health summer ogago

We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Sat. 24 Feb, 2018 4:00 am

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EVENT NAME: ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

EVENT DETAILS: Victorian Centre for Biostatistics in conjunction with Cancer Council Victoria presents

SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Statistical Methods in Medicine and Public Health

February 19th-23rd, 2018

Venue Details

Monash University (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdy)
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
553 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne.

Cancer Council Victoria (Thursday, Friday)
615 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

PROGRAM

19th & 20th February - Meta-analysis (Mon & Tues)
PRESENTERS: Dr Joanne McKenzie & Dr Emily Karahalios, ViCBiostat.

21st February - Beyond the Cox model - flexible parametric survival models and extensions (Wed)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Lambert, University of Leicester,

22nd February - Statistical methods for population-based studies of cancer patient survival (Thurs)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institute.

23rd February - Hands-on with methods from days 3 & 4 (Fri)
PRESENTERS: Prof Paul Dickman & Prof Paul Lambert

Please see website www.vicbiostat.org.au for further information about this popular event.

Tue. 20 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

2018 Pub Health summer ogago

We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Sat. 24 Feb, 2018 4:00 am

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EVENT NAME: ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

EVENT DETAILS: Victorian Centre for Biostatistics in conjunction with Cancer Council Victoria presents

SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Statistical Methods in Medicine and Public Health

February 19th-23rd, 2018

Venue Details

Monash University (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdy)
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
553 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne.

Cancer Council Victoria (Thursday, Friday)
615 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

PROGRAM

19th & 20th February - Meta-analysis (Mon & Tues)
PRESENTERS: Dr Joanne McKenzie & Dr Emily Karahalios, ViCBiostat.

21st February - Beyond the Cox model - flexible parametric survival models and extensions (Wed)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Lambert, University of Leicester,

22nd February - Statistical methods for population-based studies of cancer patient survival (Thurs)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institute.

23rd February - Hands-on with methods from days 3 & 4 (Fri)
PRESENTERS: Prof Paul Dickman & Prof Paul Lambert

Please see website www.vicbiostat.org.au for further information about this popular event.

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Tue. 20 Feb, 2018 7:00 pm

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Wed. 21 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

2018 Pub Health summer ogago

We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Sat. 24 Feb, 2018 4:00 am

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EVENT NAME: ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

EVENT DETAILS: Victorian Centre for Biostatistics in conjunction with Cancer Council Victoria presents

SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Statistical Methods in Medicine and Public Health

February 19th-23rd, 2018

Venue Details

Monash University (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdy)
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
553 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne.

Cancer Council Victoria (Thursday, Friday)
615 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

PROGRAM

19th & 20th February - Meta-analysis (Mon & Tues)
PRESENTERS: Dr Joanne McKenzie & Dr Emily Karahalios, ViCBiostat.

21st February - Beyond the Cox model - flexible parametric survival models and extensions (Wed)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Lambert, University of Leicester,

22nd February - Statistical methods for population-based studies of cancer patient survival (Thurs)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institute.

23rd February - Hands-on with methods from days 3 & 4 (Fri)
PRESENTERS: Prof Paul Dickman & Prof Paul Lambert

Please see website www.vicbiostat.org.au for further information about this popular event.

Thu. 22 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

2018 Pub Health summer ogago

We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Sat. 24 Feb, 2018 4:00 am

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EVENT NAME: ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

EVENT DETAILS: Victorian Centre for Biostatistics in conjunction with Cancer Council Victoria presents

SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Statistical Methods in Medicine and Public Health

February 19th-23rd, 2018

Venue Details

Monash University (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdy)
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
553 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne.

Cancer Council Victoria (Thursday, Friday)
615 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

PROGRAM

19th & 20th February - Meta-analysis (Mon & Tues)
PRESENTERS: Dr Joanne McKenzie & Dr Emily Karahalios, ViCBiostat.

21st February - Beyond the Cox model - flexible parametric survival models and extensions (Wed)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Lambert, University of Leicester,

22nd February - Statistical methods for population-based studies of cancer patient survival (Thurs)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institute.

23rd February - Hands-on with methods from days 3 & 4 (Fri)
PRESENTERS: Prof Paul Dickman & Prof Paul Lambert

Please see website www.vicbiostat.org.au for further information about this popular event.

Fri. 23 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

2018 Pub Health summer ogago

We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Sat. 24 Feb, 2018 4:00 am

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EVENT NAME: ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

EVENT DETAILS: Victorian Centre for Biostatistics in conjunction with Cancer Council Victoria presents

SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Statistical Methods in Medicine and Public Health

February 19th-23rd, 2018

Venue Details

Monash University (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdy)
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
553 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne.

Cancer Council Victoria (Thursday, Friday)
615 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

PROGRAM

19th & 20th February - Meta-analysis (Mon & Tues)
PRESENTERS: Dr Joanne McKenzie & Dr Emily Karahalios, ViCBiostat.

21st February - Beyond the Cox model - flexible parametric survival models and extensions (Wed)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Lambert, University of Leicester,

22nd February - Statistical methods for population-based studies of cancer patient survival (Thurs)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institute.

23rd February - Hands-on with methods from days 3 & 4 (Fri)
PRESENTERS: Prof Paul Dickman & Prof Paul Lambert

Please see website www.vicbiostat.org.au for further information about this popular event.

Sat. 24 Feb, 2018

2018 Public Health Summer School - Otago New Zealand

Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Thu. 1 Mar, 2018 4:00 am

2018 Pub Health summer ogago

We invite AEA members to take a look at the programme of short courses (1-4 days) on offer at our 2018 Public Health Summer School. A number of world-leading academics have now been confirmed as keynote speakers and our range of courses is arguably the best ever.

When: 7-28 February 2018
Course length: 1-4 days
Where: School of Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

There are 32 courses on offer including 18 new courses. What a great opportunity to learn from speakers such as:

  • Professor Lone Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    (Course: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and its lessons
  • Professor Tony Blakely – University of Otago, University of Melbourne
    (Course: Advanced Epidemiology – now a 4 day course)
  • Dr Freddie Bray - International Agency for Research on Cancer, in Lyon, France
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Dr Hai-Rim Shin - World Health Organization, Manilla
    (Course: Indigenous people and cancer: a shared agenda for Aotearoa, Australia, and Pacific nations)
  • Professor Patricia Dudgeon – University of Western Australia, Australia
    (Course: Global indigenous suicide prevention, mental health & wellbeing research)
  • Professor David Ormandy – University of Warwick, United Kingdom
    (Course: Towards healthier homes: the rental WoF)

Remember to act quickly to take advantage of the 25% early bird discount which closes 20 December. Many courses have limited numbers so don’t miss out.

To register or find out more please visit our Summer School website www.otago.ac.nz/uowsummerschool or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

pdf PHSS Final Flyer 2018 (3.60 MB)

ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

Mon. 19 Feb, 2018 8:00 pm - Sat. 24 Feb, 2018 4:00 am

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EVENT NAME: ViCBiostat Summer School 2018

EVENT DETAILS: Victorian Centre for Biostatistics in conjunction with Cancer Council Victoria presents

SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Statistical Methods in Medicine and Public Health

February 19th-23rd, 2018

Venue Details

Monash University (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdy)
Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
553 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne.

Cancer Council Victoria (Thursday, Friday)
615 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne

PROGRAM

19th & 20th February - Meta-analysis (Mon & Tues)
PRESENTERS: Dr Joanne McKenzie & Dr Emily Karahalios, ViCBiostat.

21st February - Beyond the Cox model - flexible parametric survival models and extensions (Wed)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Lambert, University of Leicester,

22nd February - Statistical methods for population-based studies of cancer patient survival (Thurs)
PRESENTER: Prof Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institute.

23rd February - Hands-on with methods from days 3 & 4 (Fri)
PRESENTERS: Prof Paul Dickman & Prof Paul Lambert

Please see website www.vicbiostat.org.au for further information about this popular event.

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