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Courses offered at the Public Health Summer School

The 2021 Public Health Summer School will offer 24 short courses (1–2 days long) presented by an outstanding faculty of public health academics and practitioners. There are 12 new courses as well as 12 of our most popular core courses. Courses vary from small group computer lab classes to interactive workshops and multi-speaker symposiums.

You are invited to register in a single course or create a programme based on your interests. Read more about each course below or to go straight to registration, click on this button.

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Research, epidemiology, big data and statistical methods

Qualitative methods

Evidence, economics and healthcare systems

Māori and Pacific health and cultural competencies

Population mental health

Healthy public policy and law

Infectious diseases, environmental health and sustainability

Summer evening talks on public health

Four free evening talks have now been confirmed as part of our 2021 programme. These are:

1 February

The global response to the COVID-19 pandemic – The Right Honourable Helen Clark

10 February

Risk perception during a COVID-19 ‘info-demic’ and public health challenges for us in the future – Dr Jonathan Jarman

16 February

Building healthy homes for the zero carbon future – Dr Geoff Bertram

18 February

The Three Waters Review is missing the most important fourth water, the source water – Dr Mike Joy

Further details at Summer evening talks