Lunchtime Webinar Series for 2013
In case you missed any of them here are the 2013 Lunchtime Webinar Series.
Included is a special presentation from MIPH graduate Liz Drummond on her research and field work in Bangladesh.
Associate Professor Tim Driscoll explains what a cancer cluster is and how they are investigated. Download the slide presentation : http://goo.gl/kkQMLZ
- 27:59 minutes
How South Sudan will start to solve some of its major health challenges. Download the slide presentation : http://goo.gl/dvKbrP
- 20:43 minutes
Does a disrupted clock cause depression and weight gain in young people? Download the presentation slides : http://goo.gl/BWl1Wi
- 24:09 minutes
Find out why youth health autonomy is important and how (with particular focus on the HPV vaccination) their involvement is facilitated. Download the slide presentation : http://goo.gl/75TCza
- 13:56 minutes
Obesity in children and young people is a major Australian health challenge, requiring a whole-of-community response. Download the slide presentation : http://goo.gl/2Guq3A
- 24:26 minutes
MIPH graduate Liz presents her research and field expriences working for WorldFish in Bangladesh. Download the slide presentation : http://goo.gl/FvqdYO
- 31:40 minutes
Earlier webinars in 2013
Recorded before the 2013 Lunchtime series, these webinars cover what you need to know about Windfarms, Social Media and stopping Malaria in East Africa.
Professor Simon Chapman talks about his research into claims regarding windfarms and health.
- 26:26 minutes
- 31:36 minutes
Malaria is preventable and treatable, but still kills more than half a million people each year. Download the presentation slides : http://bit.ly/10CmGnC
- 29:21 minutes
Fixing the system: policies to improve the prevention and management of chronic disease. Download the slide presentation : http://bit.ly/Yqj0Kv
- 33:19 minutes
Study program webinars in 2013
Learn more about our programs in Public Health and International Public Health.
Dr Giselle Manalo launches the first Field Placements for Master of International Public Health students. You must be an enrolled MIPH student to apply.
- 15:51 minutes
Professor Andrew Wilson highlights some of the employment opportunities available for public health. Download the slide presentation: http://goo.gl/2pelyh
- 18:04 minutes
How international placements will give you the practical experience you need to enhance your career. Download the slide presentation: http://goo.gl/9xsv9h
- 14:10 minutes
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