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ISER at the World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, April 3rd 2017 A global pandemic experience – cross sectoral lessons

 Melbourne convention and exhibition centre
The World Congress on Public Health was held in Melbourne on 3 -7 April 2017. ISER took part in World Leadership Dialogues symposia, on Tuesday 4th of April, giving a presentation of a hypothetical pandemic disaster experience titled, ‘A global pandemic experience – cross sectoral lessons’. The… more

Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases: threats to Pacific human health and security. Dr Salanieta Saketa

 Room 305, Samuels building, University of New South Wales, Australia
Dr Sala MBBS, MPH, MBA is a public health physician and medical epidemiologist with over 20 years’ experience working in the Fiji public health system serving at various levels and rising to the position of Permanent Secretary for Health from 2009-2011. For the past five years she has been serving… more

ISER Academy - Insights and Icebreaker

 University of New South Wales 
Hear the latest updates in health security and epidemic intelligence from a range of national and international experts. PROGRAM 4:00 pm Emerging threats in human biosecurity. Professor Raina MacIntyre, Director, NHMRC CRE , Integrated Systems for Epidemic Response 4:20 pm Australian Biological… more

Data, Disruption and Unnatural Pandemics

 Where: Four Seasons Hotel Sydney - 199 George Street, Sydney, NSW  
Join the AGSM Australian School of Business Activation Event, featuring Raina MacIntyre, Professor of Infectious Diseases Epidemiology, for fascinating insights into business-led transformation on the frontiers of genetics and biosecurity. Following the live case study, Professor MacIntyre will be… more

APRU conference - the changing landscape of Emerging Infectious Diseases

 Colombo theaters, UNSW Australia
The conference of the Asia-Pacific Rim Universities, to be held at UNSW in 2016, with a theme of Global Health - the Double Burden of Disease (communicable and non-communicable diseases). Prof Raina MacIntyre will speak on the changing landscape of emerging infectious diseases on Thursday September… more

Pandemics, Bioterrorism and Biosecurity in 2016

 ASU SkySong, Building 1, Room 349, Discovery Meeting Room, Arizona State…
Join us for a talk by Professor Raina MacIntyre, Head, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Australia and Adjunct Professor at the College of Public Affairs and Community Solutions at Arizona State University, where she works with ASU colleagues on teaching and research… more

Piloting mobile technologies and GIS in the capture and reporting of National Health Information System data in Papua New Guinea

 School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW, Australia.
SPHCM Seminar by Dr Alex Rosewell  Dr Alex Rosewell's presentation describes the process of piloting mobile technologies and GIS in the capture and reporting of National Health Information System (NHIS) data in Papua New Guinea. The initiative illustrates how the country may soon harness the… more

Innovations in Aged Care and Program Delivery

 International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
Prof Raina MacIntyre's keynote address at the International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference, Brisbane, Australia. Providing efficient and effective aged care services is one of the greatest public policy concerns currently facing governments today. A radical shift in thought,… more

Hot topics in biosecurity and epidemic response, Special International Seminar 

 School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Australia
A special seminar will be held on 24th May 2016 in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Australia. Come and hear from international experts from the US and Malaysia on a range of topic related to international health law, global biosecurity and emergency management.  No RSVP is… more

ISER stakeholder workshop on epidemic response

 Australian National University Canberra   
By invitation only. Inquiries to Dr Abrar Chughtai: abrar.chughtai@unsw.edu.au