Keynote Speakers

Dr Adrian Reynolds

Dr Reynolds Qualifications – 1976 – Graduated with an Honours degree in Science at Monash University, majoring in Physiology and Biochemistry;
1980 – Graduated up with an MBBS medical degree from the University of Melbourne
1999 – Graduated with a Master’s Degree in Public Health at Griffith University. and was Runner up in the combined University of Queensland/ Griffith University/ Queensland University of Technology Public Health Prize in
2002 – Awarded a Fellowship in Addiction Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

He has an appointment with the Medical School, University of Tasmania as Clinical Associate Professor.

Dr Reynolds was appointed as the Clinical Director for the Tasmanian Alcohol and Drug Services in 2007. He was the Policy and Advocacy Lead in all matters related to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians from 2013 to 2016.

Dr Reynolds has wide ranging experience working in the alcohol, tobacco and other drugs field, including a lengthy series of commissioned work for six agencies of the United Nations system.

2017-2018 – President, Chapter of Addiction Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

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Scheduled
Tuesday 7th May

Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM)

TBA

11:10am - 12:40pm

Populism and public health

Today’s world of ‘fake news’ and populist leaders is seeing the health of populations suffering from damaging consequences at an increasing level. AFPHM have selected notable leaders within this field to explore the impacts of populism on public health at both local and global levels and will investigate how this issue can be alleviated.

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Ms Megan McEwen Clinical Exercise Physiologist VIEW PROFILE
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Dr Matire Harwood Hauora Māori researcher and clinician VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Richie Poulton Director, Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Research Unit VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Suresh Sundram Unit head for adult psychiatry at Monash Medical Centre and is in the Department of Psychiatry, School of Clinical Sciences, Monash University VIEW PROFILE
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Mr David Letele Started Brown Buttabean Motivation to help motivate people to regain control of their lives VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Boyd Swinburn Professor of Population Nutrition and Global Health at the University of Auckland and Co-Chair of World Obesity Policy & Prevention section VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Chris Kenedi General Medicine physician and a Liaison Psychiatris at Auckland Hospital and Medical advisor for the inpatient psychiatric hospital VIEW PROFILE
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Dr Robyn Toomath Co-founded of the activist group Fight the Obesity Epidemic VIEW PROFILE
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Ms Leonie Matoe (Ngaa Rauru, Ngaa Ruahine) Nutrition and Physical Activity Health Promoter for Māori Health Organisation, ‘Te Hotu Manawa Māori’ VIEW PROFILE
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Ms Izzy Lomax-Sawyers Fifth-year medical student at Dunedin School of Medicine and currently studies in Greymout VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Peter Jones Extensive background in strategic and operational leadership in the fields of research, program development and engagement with the wider clinical community VIEW PROFILE
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Sir Mason Durie Developer of the holistic health and wellness model, Whare Tapa Whā – intended to give Māori a greater sense of ownership of their health VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Christopher Poulos Conjoint Professor in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at the University of NSW, and Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Australian Health Services Research Institute, University of Wollongong VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Lex Doyle Professor Lex Doyle is a neonatal paediatrician with a major research interest in evaluating the consequences of neonatal intensive care VIEW PROFILE
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Professor Maureen Dollard Maureen Dollard is Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology and Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Work Health and Safety VIEW PROFILE
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