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Keynote Speakers

As keynote speakers are announced, their details will be added below.


Emma is the Director of Te Rōpū Rangahau Hauora Māori o Ngāi Tahu (Ngāi Tahu Māori Health Research Unit) and a Senior Lecturer in Māori Health, both in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine. She is also the Associate Head of Department – Māori in the Department.

Emma has a range of research interests within the field of hauora Māori. She currently holds a Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) Emerging Researcher First Grant (2014–2017) entitled Maori Disability Outcomes: Pathways and Experiences After Injury. She is also a Co-Deputy Director of New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE) Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.

Emma is involved in a range of research projects including the University of Otago Research Theme Poutama Ara Rau (Principal Investigator) and the Health Research Council of New Zealand funded Subsequent Injury Study (SInS): Improving outcomes for injured New Zealanders (Named Investigator).

Emma is a former HRC Eru Pōmare Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. As part of her fellowship, Emma worked with Associate Professor Sarah Derrett on the , which was HRC-funded 2007–2013 and ACC co-funded 2007–2010, leading the Māori qualitative and quantitative components of POIS investigating the outcomes and experiences after injury for a group of injured Māori. Emma is also a Co-Investigator (Māori Health) in the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study, a longitudinal study of 1,037 babies born in Dunedin during 1972–1973 (see the Dunedin Study website).

Emma joined the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine as an Assistant Research Fellow in 2007 after submitting her PhD in Genetics, which primarily focused on the genetic association of rheumatoid arthritis and gout for Māori. Her PhD thesis also explored Māori views of science, in particular genetic research.


Associate Professor - Māori Health; Director, Ngāi Tahu Māori Health Research Unit, Te Whare Wānaka o Ōtākou/University of Otago

Associate Professor Emma Wyeth

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Prof. Fatma is a lecture at Occupational Health and Safety Department Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia. She graduated PhD in Safety Science, School of Risk & Safety Science, UNSW, Sydney, Australia (2006). She has held the tittle of professor in safety at Occupational Health and Safety, Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia since 2014. Moreover, she experienced as Head of Occuaptional Safety, Health and Environmental Unit Universitas Indonesia (2013-2019).   She is also an independent team of Safety in Oil and Gas sector in Indonesia. Now, she is an active team of  National Occupational Safety and Health Council (DK3N).

Professor, Occupational Health & Safety Department, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia

Professor Fatma Lestari