PHONZ Virtual Conference

PHONZ

The inaugural PHONZ Virtual Conference was held over three consecutive Fridays in July 2022, on the theme of “Better Health Through Intelligence”. With just shy of 270 registrations for the conference, the steering group were blown away by the popularity of the conference sessions. We are grateful to all those who presented talks for their contribution to the success of the event, and especially so to our keynote speakers, Dr Ayesha Verrall and Dr Ashley Bloomfield.

You can find recordings of the three conference sessions below.

DAY ONE

YouTube: PHONZ Virtual Conference: 15th July 2022

Chapter list:
  • 0:00:00 Opening remarks
  • 0:03:25 Dr Ayesha Verrall (Associate Minister of Health)
  • 0:31:45 Open floor discussion - 'Better health through intelligence'
  • 1:01:20 Dr Ashley Bloomfield (Director-General of Health)
  • 1:31:45 Graham Cameron & Dr Maria Poynter - Public Health Agency update / Intelligence in the National Public Health Service
  • 2:16:35 Laura Cleary - National health data to enable intelligence
  • 2:40:10 Dr Chris Galloway - The robot says you're OK... really? (Artificial Intelligence for data analysis)
  • 2:57:27 Ron King - General Public Health Intelligence: Assembly Required
  • 3:16:03 Dr Richard Hoskins - I'll tell you what I want, what I really, really want (Objectives of a Public Health Unit)
  • 3:36:02 Dr Petra Muellner - Building global One Health Intelligence
  • 3:56:18 Ying Li - Turning big data into knowledge for healthcare quality improvement
  • 4:16:41 Closing remarks

DAY TWO

 YouTube: PHONZ Virtual Conference: 22nd July 2022

Chapter list:
  • 0:00:00 Opening remarks
  • 0:04:36 Dr David Phillips - Public health in England, evolution since 2012 & the role of Public Health Intelligence
  • 0:26:45 Dr Chris Skelly - Rethinking public health intelligence
  • 0:44:10 Dr Melissa McLeod - We still don't count: the undercounting and under-representation of Māori in health and disability data
  • 1:06:32 Paul McBride - Tea leaves in the time of COVID: modelling hospital activity during the pandemic using REACH
  • 1:25:50 Jesse Whitehead - Spatial equity and health services in Aotearoa 1:46:50 Dyfed Thomas & Alex Brebner - Data during a diSARSter
  • 2:08:15 Dr Uli Muellner - What's in a dashboard?
  • 2:33:53 Len Cook - When the statistician meets the anthropologist
  • 2:54:14 Siddhartha Mehta - Triangulating the Omicron outbreak
  • 3:15:06 Assoc. Prof. Arindam Basu - OneHealth, emerging zoonoses, and organising public health surveillance
  • 3:35:41 Karl Majorhazi - Toward a population grid for New Zealand
  • 3:51:11 Closing remarks & karakia

DAY THREE

Chapter list:
  • 0:00:00 Opening Remarks
  • 0:03:19 Dr Sala Senkayi - Visualising agency-wide health & environmental data using apps
  • 0:25:45 Dr Sala Senkayi - The Embassy Science Fellowship program (ESF): developing PM2.5 air quality apps for Kampala, Uganda
  • 0:46:50 Moya Field & Hineamaru Davies-Lyndon - Data Sharing Overview (National Immunisation Programme)
  • 1:06:58 Justine O'Reilly - Commissioning for Pae Ora
  • 1:20:44 Peter Himona - How one age-standardised rate can hide inequity
  • 1:39:33 Paul Bingham - Japanese Encephalitis
  • 1:56:40 Prof. Shanthi Ameratunga - When numbers deceive us: streetscapes inclusive of disabled people and older citizens
  • 2:18:51 Dr Masako Wada - Climate disease model using artificial intelligence
  • 2:38:39 Dr Lora Peacock - Prioritisation of surveillance to respond to changes in risk to arrival and establishment of exotic mosquitoes
  • 2:56:50 Vic Duoba - Comparing COVID-19 death rates
  • 3:16:38 Catherine Gerard & Emily Mountier - Libraries and atlases: Measuring and reporting health quality intelligence data
  • 3:36:17 Jeremy Severinsen - Modern geospatial and its use in the health sector
  • 3:58:00 Kylie Mason - Social Vulnerability Indicators
  • 4:17:46 Justin Lester - Localities planning in the health sector
  • 4:39:23 Catherine Gerard - Exploring equity in patient experience of care
  • 4:54:14 Closing remarks
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