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WEDNESDAY 30 JUNE 2004

8.00am              Registration desk opens

9.00am              Buses depart from Hotel Grand Chancellor for Nga Hau e Wha Marae

9.30am – 10.00am    POWHIRI
                    Nga Hau e Wha Marae, 250 Pages Road

10.00am – 10.20am   MORNING TEA

10.20am – 11.40am   OPENING SESSION
                    Chair: Marty Rogers, PHA President

                    WELCOME
                    Alison Wilkie, CDHB member

                    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE ADDRESS: ONE BOX FOR ALL –
                    DIVERSITY IS REALITY
                    Hana O’Regan, Ngai Tahu Development Corporation

                    TE WHARE TAPA WHA presented by TE ROPU KIATOHUTANGA
                    A visual presentation depicting the four corner stones of health

11.40am – 12.20pm   TE PAE MAHUTONGA WORKSHOPS

                    OVERVIEW OF TE PAE MAHUTONGA
                    Marty Rogers

WORKSHOPS: TE PAE MAHUTONGA
                  Nga Hau e Wha Marae

                    The skill of building a hangi in a fireban: Researching within Maori
                    communities - lessons learnt
                    Suzanne Pitama
                    Chair: Ramon Pink

                    Nga Manukura – Leadership!! Is this me?
                    Marty Rogers
                    Chair: David Tipene-Leach

                    He Mahi Kaitiaki – developing Maori environmental health and protection
                    Chris Webber
                    Chair: Alistair Humphrey

                    Turning the tide in screening: Inequalities - a review in progress
                    Ngamata Skipper, Ann Allan-Moetaua
                    Chair: Patsi Davies

                    Waka Taua on a flat sea: Building infrastructure in an iwi with all of the motor
                    and none of the petrol
                    Paul Stanley, Rachel Chapple
                    Chair: Adrian Te Patu

                    Mana Hauora, Mana Tangata – key themes from the Maori health promotion
                    gateway hui
                    Megan Tunks, Kathrine Clarke, Mary McCulloch

12.30pm             Buses depart Marae for Hotel Grand Chancellor

1.00pm – 2.00pm     LUNCH
                    CHANCELLOR 1


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     2.00pm – 3.00pm      KEYNOTE ADDRESS: RESPONDING TO PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCIES
                          CHANCELLOR 2
                          Chairperson: Cheryl Brunton

                          KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
                          Dr Lance Jennings, CDHB/WHO

     3.00pm – 3.30pm      AFTERNOON TEA
                          CHANCELLOR 1

     3.30pm – 4.50pm      CONCURRENT SESSIONS:

     WORKSHOP: GROWING OUR OWN TALL POPPIES: Public Health Leadership in NZ
     Sponsored by the Public Health Advisory Committee
                             CHANCELLOR 2
                             Chairperson: Geoff Fougere
                             Presenter: Barbara Langford

     RESPONDING TO EMERGING AND RE-EMERGING DISEASES
                       CHANCELLOR 5
                       Chairperson: Daniel Williams

                          The care component of tuberculosis treatment
                          Alison Searle

                          SARS - the primary care experience
                          Kim Burgess, Sue Rogers

                          Bronchiectasis: disease of the impoverished?
                          Ramon Pink

                          How a Northland community controlled the streptococcus: an example of needs-
                          based community action
                          Jonathan Jarman, Helen Herbert

     RESPONDING TO INDIGENOUS REALITIES
                        CHANCELLOR 4
                        Chairperson: Kaaren Mathias

                          Sleeping with the enemy. Working smarter not harder
                          Riripeti Haretuku

                          Whole population services: evaluating their impact on Maori
                          Graham Cameron

                          The SIDS care-worker study: qualitative exploration into the experience of SIDS
                          workers at the death scene and in follow up of SIDS families
                          David Tipene-Leach

                          Back to reality: reclaiming traditional values and practices to ensure Maori babies
                          get the best start in life
                          Raeleen De Joux




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GROWING OUR OWN PUBLIC HEALTH WORKFORCE
                 CHANCELLOR 3
                 Chairperson: Andrew Hornblow

                   Public health workforce action plan
                   Viv Head, Maggie McGregor

                   Maori public health workforce development project: me titiro whakamuri, ka
                   marama te haere o mua. Look back to the past, to get a clear vision for the
                   future
                   Megan Tunks, Mary McCulloch

                   Workforce development - strengthening capacity
                   Melissa Lees

                   Breastfeeding in the workplace
                   Louise James

5.00pm – 6.00pm    Maori Caucus
                   CHANCELLOR 4

5.00pm – 6.00pm    Pacific Caucus
                   CHANCELLOR 3

6.00pm – 7.00pm    WELCOME RECEPTION
                   CHANCELLOR 1




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     THURSDAY 01 JULY 2004
     7.30am               Registration desk opens

     7.45am – 8.45am      Policy Round Table breakfast
                          CHANCELLOR 3
                          For catering purposes, please confirm your place at the breakfast by 1:30pm on Wednesday
                          30 June. Please add your name to the list on noticeboard beside the registration desk.

     8.50am – 10.30am     KEYNOTE ADDRESS: HELPING OTHERS GROW THEIR OWN
                          CHANCELLOR 2
                          Chairperson: Pauline Barnett
                          KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
                          Dr Rui Maria de Araujo, Minister of Health, Timor Leste, Sponsored by
                          Health Sciences Division, University of Otago
                          Dr Helen Leslie, NZAID

     10.30am – 11.00am    MORNING TEA
                          CHANCELLOR 1

     11.00am – 12.00pm    CONCURRENT SESSIONS:

     RESPONDING TO CHANGES: GLOBAL TO LOCAL
                       CHANCELLOR 2
                       Chairperson: Ramon Pink

                          Revising the international health regulations (IHR)
                          Doug Lush

                          So wide you can’t get around it – Malaria prevention and health worker
                          training with indigenous communities in North West Colombia
                          Kaaren Mathias

                          Uniqueness and universality in a globalising public health
                          Hamish Robertson

     GROWING HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS
                       CHANCELLOR 5
                       Chairperson: Cheryl Brunton

                          The ‘thin edge of the wedge’: the evolution of health promotion in the
                          Hokianga
                          Maria Jellie

                          Building a clean and healthy environment through community participation
                          Stacey Strang

                          National environmental health indicators system in New Zealand: Challenges
                          and opportunities
                          Rabia Khan

     RESPONDING TO A CHANGING POPULATION
                        CHANCELLOR 3
                        Chairperson: Alistair Humphrey

                          The evaluation of the Asian public health project, a community collaboration
                          project in the Auckland region, from June 2002 to April 2003
                          Janet Chen

                          ON TRACC: an intersectoral approach to health care for children and young
                          people from refugee backgrounds
                          Annette Mortensen

                          Putting new settler health needs and responses on the map: a case study in
                          Mt Roskill, Auckland
                          Jody Lawrence
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OWNING OUR GROWERS
                 CHANCELLOR 4
                 Chairperson: Pamela Williams

                     Developing a holistic approach to improving the health and wellbeing of
                     children in Early Childhood Centres: building capacity and effectiveness
                     through intersectoral collaboration
                     Linda Goodwin, Judy Williamson

                     Little voices big thoughts
                     Nicky Harrall

                     It knits together our neighbourhood: walking school buses in Auckland 3
                     years on
                     Robin Kearns

NATIONAL HEART FOUNDATION WORKSHOP: NGO and PHO integration – barriers and opportunities
                  TATTERSALLS ROOM

12.00pm – 1.00pm     LUNCH
                     CHANCELLOR 1

12.40pm - 1.00pm     POSTER SESSION
                     Conference Floor Foyer

1.00pm – 2.40pm      CONCURRENT SESSIONS:

WORKSHOP: WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE, BUT NOT A DROP TO DRINK
                  TATTERSALLS ROOM

                     Workshop: Sustainable water management in the Pacific
                     John Youngson

PERSPECTIVES ON SCREENING
                   CHANCELLOR 2
                   Chairperson: Terri Green

                     Screening - more than just a ‘test’
                     Bronwyn Petrie

                     A gap in a public inquisition? The Gisborne Inquiry
                     Patsi Davies

                     A model for community diabetes screening
                     Maggie Wilson, Wendy Dallas-Katoa

                     Breast screening East Coast style: a working partnership
                     Ann Shaw

                     Measuring outcomes: social marketing for breast screening
                     Sally Hughes




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     ‘GROWING PAINS’: PERSPECTIVES ON YOUTH
                         CHANCELLOR 3
                         Chairperson: Gillian Abel

                           The support needs of teenage fathers
                           Kori Bragg

                           New Zealand secondary school students’ disposable income and spending on
                           items with potential health risks: preliminary results
                           Helen Darling

                           The secret life of an agony aunt – Dr Goodlove on line
                           Diane Shannon, Chris Woods

                           Health effects of school extra-curricular activities
                           Greg Hamilton

                           Harvesting the seeds of change: five years on and growing our own
                           Kim Conway

     TOBACCO: RESPONDING TO A GLOBAL EPIDEMIC
                       CHANCELLOR 5
                       Chairperson: Ray Kirk

                           Directly eroding tobacco industry power as a tobacco control strategy
                           George Thomson

                           Enhancing the quitline service to help smokers to quit: evaluation results in
                           action
                           Michele Grigg, Jane Mills

                           Growing the Quit Group and maintaining organisational vitality
                           Helen Glasgow, Mary-Jane Rivers

                           Associations between universities and the tobacco industry: what
                           institutional policies protect the public interest?
                           George Thomson

                           Behind the scenes: developing the smokefree homes campaign
                           Michele Grigg, Kiri Milne

     WORKSHOP: TOOLS FOR TACKLING INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH
                      CHANCELLOR 4

                           Workshop: Tools for tackling inequalities in health
                           Louise Signal, Jennifer Martin

     2.40pm – 3.00pm       AFTERNOON TEA
                           CHANCELLOR 1

     3.00pm – 4.00pm       CONCURRENT SESSIONS:

     GROWING HEALTHY PUBLIC POLICY
                       CHANCELLOR 2
                       Chairperson: Louise Signal

                           Strengthening legislative support for public health
                           Louise Delany

                           Planting a seed: introducing health impact assessment of policies
                           Louise Thornley

                           Conceptions and uses of population health ideas by government policymakers
                           Robin Gauld, Ashley Bloomfield




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GROWING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES
                   CHANCELLOR 5
                   Chairperson: Vivien Daley

                      Heart is where the home is: the Canterbury heart health strategy
                      Alistair Humphrey

                      The under fives healthy heart award project
                      Melissa Dowman

                      Te awhi tangata
                      Lisa Logan

HOUSING FOR HEALTH
                      CHANCELLOR 4
                      Chairperson: Brian Prendergast

                      A healthy housing index: a collaborative approach to measuring housing
                      condition
                      Sarah Bierre, Joanne Robinson

                      Capturing realities of temporary housing
                      Penelope Carroll

                      Raising the temperature: community academic research partnerships
                      Philippa Howden-Chapman, Anna Matheson, Helen Viggers

TAKING COVER: GROWING SUNSMART
Sponsored by the Cancer Society of New Zealand
                       TATTERSALLS ROOM
                       Chairperson: Greg Hamilton

                      Secondary school sun protection policies, practices and curriculum content
                      Janet Jopson

                      Taking cover – a community shade loan programme provided by the Cancer
                      Society
                      Martin Witt

                      Sun-safe tennis: The Health Sponsorship Council’s contract with Canterbury
                      Tennis Inc.
                      Kate McBride

GROWING INEQUALITIES: THE RESPONSE
                   CHANCELLOR 3
                   Chairperson: George Salmond

                      Serving vulnerable populations: the community-governed non-profit primary
                      care approach
                      Peter Crampton

                      An index of relative socioeconomic deprivation for individuals (NZiDep)
                      Clare Salmond

                      Problem gambling – A Public Health Unit’s journey
                      Juthika Badkar

4.00pm – 5.15pm       AGM
                      CHANCELLOR 5

7.00pm-12.30am        CONFERENCE DINNER
                      Supported by New Zealand Beef and Lamb
                      HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR, CONFERENCE FLOOR
                      The 2004 PHA Public Health Champion will be announced at the dinner



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     FRIDAY 02 JULY 2004


     7.30am              Registration desk opens

     7.45am – 8.45am     Health Protection Officers’ breakfast
                         Sponsored by Community and Public Health, CDHB
                         CHANCELLOR 3
                         For catering purposes, please confirm your place at the breakfast by 1:30pm on Wednesday
                         30 June. Please add your name to the list on noticeboard beside the registration desk.

     7.45am – 8.45am     Health Promoters’ breakfast
                         Sponsored by Kellogg’s
                         CHANCELLOR 4
                         For catering purposes, please confirm your place at the breakfast by 1:30pm on Wednesday
                         30 June. Please add your name to the list on noticeboard beside the registration desk.

     8.50am – 10.30am    KEYNOTE ADDRESS: GROWING PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE COMMUNITY
                         CHANCELLOR 2
                         Chairperson:Manu Sione
                         KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
                         Dr Debbie Ryan, Ministry of Health
                         Rachael Fonotia and colleagues, Aranui Community Trust

     10.30am – 11.00am   MORNING TEA
                         CHANCELLOR 1

     11.00am – 12.20pm   CONCURRENT SESSIONS:

     HELPING OTHERS GROW THEIR OWN
                       CHANCELLOR 5
                       Chairperson: Ann Currie

                         Collaborations and partnerships: a community development approach to
                         achieving better public health outcomes for communities
                         Nandita Mathur

                         Diving for tuatua in Papamoa: interprofessional dynamics of public health
                         contracting in Tauranga Moana
                         Paul Stanley

                         Peer volunteers play key roles in preventing falls among older people in
                         Canterbury
                         Alan Lloyd

                         It all began with a coffee and a chat during a meeting break - networking and
                         community development – an example of capacity building using existing
                         resources
                         Barry Armstrong

     GROWING INTRASECTORAL COLLABORATION
                       CHANCELLOR 4
                       Chairperson: Suzanne Pitama

                         Integration of health protection & health promotion in a Public Health Unit
                         Neil Brosnahan

                         School closures as a public health issue
                         Robin Kearns

                         Health in two houses: how does it work for Maori
                         Tai Walker

                         Public health and primary health care: problems, progress and possibilities
                         Lynley Cook
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RESPONDING TO PACIFIC POPULATIONS
                   CHANCELLOR 3
                   Chairperson: Wendy Dallas-Katoa

                     Growing healthy congregations – dig deep to its benefit: the heartbeat Pacific
                     lifestyle project (church project)
                     Henga Amosa

                     Pacific nutrition training ‘nourishing our own’
                     Mafi Funaki-Tahifote, Maria Cassidy

                     Daughters of the Pacific
                     Maria Pasene

                     Kids in Action – Pasefika Challenge Program
                     Christina Atoa Tapu

WORKSHOP: TOOLS FOR PRIMARY HEALTH ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT
                  CHANCELLOR 2

                     Tools for Primary Health Organisation Development
                     Presenters: Pat Neuwelt, Peter Crampton, Marion Poore, Ruth Richardson

12.20pm – 1.15pm     LUNCH
                     CHANCELLOR 1

12.55pm – 1.15pm     POSTER SESSION
                     CONFERENCE FLOOR FOYER

1.15pm – 3.00pm      THE GREAT PUBLIC HEALTH DEBATE:
                     CHANCELLOR 2

                     Integrating public health and primary care is a certain road to ruin
                     Chairperson: Andrew Hornblow
                     Proponents: Alistair Humphrey, Evon Currie, Gay Keating
                     Opponents: George Salmond, Ann Hercus, Ramon Pink

3.00pm – 3.30pm      CONFERENCE CLOSE
                     CHANCELLOR 2
                     Marty Rogers, PHA President

                     POROPOROAKI

3.30pm – 4.00pm      AFTERNOON TEA
                     CHANCELLOR 1

4.00pm               CONFERENCE CONCLUDES




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