Public Lecture: Epidemiologist and Public Health Physician Professor Adrian Bauman
The University of Newcastle's Priority Research Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition is pleased to host a presentation by Professor Adrian Bauman, Sesquicentenary Professor and Director, Prevention Research Collaboration (PRC), School of Public Health, University of Sydney.
Professor Bauman will be giving a research presentation titled Understanding the evidence we generate on physical activity - is it ever likely to impact population health? The lecture will consider the evidence that researchers generate on physical activity and the extent to which it is translated into public health programs and policies to promote a more active population.
Professor Bauman is an epidemiologist and public health physician at the University of Sydney. He directs a public health research group, teaches in public health programs, and leads the faculty wide theme area on physical activity and exercise for the Sydney University Charles Perkins Centre. He is Director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre on Physical Activity, Nutrition and Obesity.
Professor Bauman has had research interests in chronic disease prevention for over twenty years, with a particular focus on physical activity epidemiology, measurement, policy and more generally has interests in public health research methods and in translation and dissemination research.
This is a FREE public lecture.
WHEN: 12 - 1.30pm Tuesday, 1 October
WHERE: Advanced Technology Centre (ATC 210) (see campus map for directions)
University of Newcastle
RSVP: Before 27 September to Wayne.Durand@newcastle.edu.au