The Health of Pacific Societies: Ian Prior's Life and Work : a Celebration at the Wellington School of Medicine, 25 February 2000
Philippa Howden-Chapman, Alistair Woodward
Steele Roberts, 2001 - Epidemiologists - 112 pages
Dr. Ian Prior is one of New Zealand's most distinguished epidemiologists, whose career encompasses 50 years of research and action. A pioneer in social epidemiology, his work in New Zealand and the Pacific has explored environmental and cultural factors that maintain the health of Pacific populations. In this book, New Zealand and international colleagues pay tribute to Ian Prior's unique contribution to epidemiology and our understanding of health in the Pacific. Ian responds with an outline of his career and guiding principles. The book focuses on health, but also celebrates Ian Prior's commitment to a nuclear-free world, protection of the environment, social justice, and a flourishing creative community.
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