1. Winters Coming

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    Brighton Beach, South Island NZ

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    • A Fool's Errand

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      A film by ANNASTACIA WILDE Who even cares about science? Science communication student Anna Wilde tries to make a movie about growing your own food for people living in poverty, only to discover that no matter how much you dig, the way forward is muddy. This film was made as part of a Masters in Science Communication. For more information about our masters program please visit sciencecommunication.info/

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      • Mai Chen - Wise Words Await!

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        One of New Zealand’s top constitutional and administrative law experts and the Managing Partner of Chen Palmer Public and Employment Law Specialists, Mai Chen has an extraordinary story. After immigrating to New Zealand aged six with no English, she went on to graduate as Head Girl, Dux and Best All-Around Student at Otago Girls' High School, and has continued to push herself since. In this interview she tells us the package required to succeed in Law, why talent is not enough, and why you should embrace your history. Don't miss this.

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        • Michael Bates: Lecture on Disease Clusters

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          Michael N. Bates, PhD, MPH Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology School of Public Health Divisions: Epidemiology and Environmental Health Sciences University of California 783 University Hall, MC 7360 Berkeley, California 94720-7360 USA E-mail: m_bates@berkeley.edu Office: 510-643-1627 Mobile: 510-504-5424 Fax: 510-642-5815 Skype: mnbates Websites: bates.berkeley.edu I am an environmental and occupational epidemiologist in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. My undergraduate training was in chemistry in New Zealand, where I was born and raised, followed by a M.Sc. in toxicology at the University of Surrey in England. After working for a few years as a toxicologist in New Zealand, I became interested in epidemiology and subsequently obtained an M.P.H. in environmental health sciences and a Ph.D. in epidemiology at U.C. Berkeley (1987-1991). I then carried out epidemiologic research in New Zealand before returning to the School of Public Health at Berkeley in 2000. My research interests have always been diverse, but with a particular focus on defining the relationships between environmental and occupational chemical exposures and health effects. At present, my main active research areas are: Investigation of the possible health effects of long-term exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas in the Rotorua geothermal area of New Zealand. Investigation of the health effects of household air pollution from fuels used for cooking, heating and lighting in Nepal and India. Study of possible health effects of solvent use by motor vehicle mechanics in the San Francisco Bay Area. More information on these projects and others is provided through the links to research above. As well as conducting research, I teach epidemiologic methods to graduate students. Also, I am Associate Director of the Global Health and Environment M.S. program, Director of the STEER undergraduate research internship program, and Director of the Targeted Research Training (TRT) Program, which is part of the NIOSH-funded Northern California Education and Research Center (ERC).

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          • Day at Polaris II

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            • Otago Rail Trail, New Zealand

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              26 mile bike ride along the old Otago Rail Trail

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              • Learn a little about MEGAHERBS !

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                This is a trip we did in 2011 to the subantarctic islands just south of New Zealand. We were supporting research done by an amazing group of scientists from the University of Otago. Awesome people, great projects and stunning scenery. Interview of Lorna Little, Department of Botany, University of Otago, New Zealand.

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                • Mr Bingles goes to school!

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                  This video was produced as a VERY SERIOUS guided tour of the University of Otago - Wellington. No laughs allowed.

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                  • Yeti Trans NZ Enduro 2015 - Recap

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                    2015 Yeti Trans NZ Enduro 5 day Multi-Stage Race across the south island of New Zealand Video contains a bit of every day rolled into one, plus awards and a few interviews. Video: Jason Beacham 208 Media www.facebook.com/pages/208medianz Arial footage provided by: Ronan Dugan SRD Photography https://vimeo.com/srdphotography Additional Video: Matt Wood Sam Boswell Edit: Jason Beacham 208 Media

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                    • 2015-03-17_Michael Keall (PART2)

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                      This is part 2 of Michael Keall's presentation. Michael is an injury epidemiologist who has been working for the University of Otago, Wellington since 2006. His research interests include: Home injury prevention Road safety Exposure assessment (assessing structural environmental risks) He is currently leading the Home Injury Prevention Intervention, a major randomised controlled trial funded by the NZ Health Research Council that is looking at the effectiveness of repairs to home injury hazards as a means to reduce home injury. He is a principal investigator in two major research programmes hosted by the University of Otago, Wellington - He Kainga Oranga and the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities. Michael is on the editorial board of two international journals, Accident Analysis and Prevention, and BMC Public Health. Publications Keall, M. D., Pierse, N., Howden-Chapman, P., Cunningham, C., Cunningham, M., Guria, J., & Baker, M. G. (2015). Home modifications to reduce injuries from falls in the Home Injury Prevention Intervention (HIPI) study: A cluster-randomised controlled trial. Lancet, 385(9964), 231-238. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61006-0 Keall, M. D., & Woodbury, E. (2014). An analysis of changes in mobility and safety of older drivers associated with a specific older driver on-road licensing test: a population study. BMC Public Health, 14(1), 165. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-165 Chapman, R., Howden-Chapman, P., Keall, M., Witten, K., Abrahamse, W., Woodward, A., … Grams, M. (2014). Increasing active travel: Aims, methods and baseline measures of a quasi-experimental study. BMC Public Health, 14, 935. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-935 Fildes, B., Keall, M., Thomas, P., Parkkari, K., Pennisi, L., & Tingvall, C. (2013). Evaluation of the benefits of vehicle safety technology: The MUNDS study. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 55, 274-281. doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2013.02.027 Keall, M. D., & Newstead, S. (2013). An evaluation of costs and benefits of a vehicle periodic inspection scheme with six-monthly inspections compared to annual inspections. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 58, 81-87. doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2013.04.036 For more info and publications, visit http://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/departments/publichealth/staff/otago024875.html

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