1. Michael Baker - 3rd lecture: Public Health Surveillance of Infectious Diseases (PART 1)

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    Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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    • Michael Baker - 1st Lecture, Infectious diseases in NZ: Public Health Importance (PART 2)

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      Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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      • Michael Baker - 1st Lecture, Infectious diseases in NZ: Public Health Importance (PART 1)

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        Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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        • Section 9 - Sickness, Prevention, and Supplies VOD

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          What do you do if your goats get sick? How can you tell when they're sick, and what they're sick with? What are a goat's vital signs? What medicines should you keep in your medicine cabinet, and what are they for? Find out in this section! DISCLAIMER: The Information contained in this movie is not intended to replace veterinary advice. It is based on the experience of those in the video and named contributors in raising goats, and as such is anecdotal. All information about drugs, use, extra-label use, dosage, method of administration, and any other specific drug use, is anecdotal and is presented for discussion only. It should not be construed as veterinary advice, nor does it replace advice of a licensed veterinarian. We are not responsible for anything that may happen to your goats, you, or anyone or anything else as a result of watching this video and doing the things therein. All liabilities are placed on the viewers, and they are responsible for their own actions. But have a good time, and work safe and smart!

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          • Resuritus

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            Trailer-style cut paper animation. A mysterious disease sweeps across a city that is fatal, but always brings back the deceased... only they're not the same

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            • Tips from Toby - Seed Heads and Being Sharp!

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              Many people mistake those seed heads that are popping up all over our lawns as weeds. This is just your grass doing it's thing - but those seed heads are very thick. It's time to sharpen your blade and we show you new technology to get it done right. You might take sharpening your blade, once every ten hours as recommended, as an afterthought (and judging by the fact that many of us never sharpen our mower blade!!!!) BUT it is essential to having a great lawn and keeping your mower running smoothly.

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              • Continuing Forward

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                A documentary about Nathan Tempro, one of 70,000 suffering from Cystic Fibrosis worldwide, and the way that he approaches his young adult life with the diagnosis. Music: "Dwell" by Tony Anderson

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                • Human Needs Project helps Kiberans dream of a better life

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                  Residents of the Kiberan slum in Nairobi, Kenya, describe how Human Needs Project’s Kibera Town Centre improves the lives of those who live in the community. For more information, or to donate, see humanneedsproject.org

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                  • Briar Hill Farm: Raising Thoroughbreds: Foals: Problems: Neonatal Iseorythrolysis

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                    This video is about FINAL: Raising: Foals: Problems: Neonatal Iseorythrolysis

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                    • Research Breakthroughs: Stem Cells & Muscle Development

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                      This segment looks at how new advances in research on stem cell therapy is helping to treat conditions and diseases that affect our muscles.

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