Facilitating Community-based Science and Public Health: A Generic Model

By Richard G. Anstiss.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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A generic model consisting of a series of general development steps through which true community-based processes must pass to deliver sustainable and appropriate science and public health related outcomes.

Keywords: Generic Model, Community-based, Science and Public Health, People-centred, Evidence-based

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 5, pp.47-50. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.763MB).

Dr Richard G. Anstiss

Biography from Marquis Who's Who in the World 2004: ANSTISS, RICHARD GORDON, geochemist; b. Auckland, New Zealand, June 18, 1962; s. Donald Gordon and Jennifer Conroy Anstiss; m. Sabine Nathalie Richard, 1996; 1 child, Alex Jules. BS with honors, U. Auckland, 1985; PhD, Victoria U. Wellington, 1990. Sr. lectr., dir. trace element rsch. group Auckland U. Tech., New Zealand, 1996-. Arsenic cons. New Zealand Ministry Fgn. Affairs and Trade, Bangladesh, 1998-2002; vis. asst. prof. Rajshahi U., 2000-; arsenic tech. advisor Unicef, Wateraid, 1998-2000; water quality, health tech. advisor Govt. Agencies, Universities, NGO's, 2000-. Author: Study of longer-term radionuclide leakage at Moruroa and Fangataufa atolls, French Polynesia; contbr. articles to profl. jours. Mem. voting assembly Greenpeace New Zealand, 1997; memo Amnesty Internat., 2002, Auckland Refugee Coun., 2001-. Nominee Services to Humanity award, New Zealand Red Cross, 1999; recipient Sr. prize Geology, U. Auckland, 1983, Chemistry Divsn. Rsch. award, Dept. of Sci. and lndsl. Rsch., 1989; fellow, U. Calif., Berkeley, 1990-91, Stanford U., Calif., 1991-93, CNRS, France, 1993-95, U. Auckland, 1996; grantee, Auckland U. Tech., 1997, New Zealand Ministry Fgn. Affairs and Trade, 1998-2001; scholar, New Zealand GOVT, 1985-89, Jacob Joseph scholar, Victoria U. Wellington, 1989. Mem.: Assn. Chemistry and Environment, Devel. Network, Environ. Health, Royal Soc. New Zealand (mem. nuclear testing effects forum 1996). Achievements include first to combine appropriate science and technology with sustainable development through characterization and mitigation of toxic environmental contaminants; to initiate protocols for provision of sustainable science and technology. Avocations: nature, windsurfing, art, sailing. Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences.

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