ASM 2024: Programme outline


Rāapa / Wednesday 18 September 2024

George Salmond Oration - Associate Professor Rhys Jones

Session 1: Knowledge of Place, Public Health Practice and Identity

Waitangi: Its history (the people and the land) and its continued significance today

Meaning of place: Connections with the land and the people - Dr Ramon Pink

Our identify as Public Health Medicine Specialists in Aotearoa - Dr Caroline McElnay

Session 2:  Public Health, Indigenous Rights & Critical Consciousness

Tangata Tiriti: Upholding Indigenous Rights in Public Health - Kirsty Fong (Asians supporting tino rangatiratanga)

Panel discussion: Critical consciousness in public health practice

The Fellowship ceremony will be held at 6:00pm, followed by the ASM dinner.


Rāpare / Thursday, 19 September 2024

Session 3: Public Health Actions, Collaboration & Equity

Application of Kaupapa Māori Epidemiology - Assoc Prof. Mel McLeod and Prof. Ricci Harris

Implementation of equity in Te Whatu Ora - Dr Karen Bartholomew

Pacific Health, Equity and Te Tiriti o Waitangi - Dr Corina Grey

Community-led public health action in Te Tai Tokerau 1 - Dr Marise Stuart

Closing session

Advancing health equity in the current political climate - Prof. Jo Baxter


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