Reflections of a frontline activist (No Smoking Day Lecture)
To mark No Smoking Day we are delighted to welcome public health and behaviour specialist Dr Marewa Glover to Durham University. Dr Glover (Massey University) is an indigenous woman of the Māori Ngā Puhi tribe of New Zealand who works to improve Māori health, mainly through reducing tobacco smoking. Marewa has led or been involved in the study of, design and trial of a number of smoking cessation interventions informed by Māori knowledge, that operate in accordance with Māori values and protocols.
The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception.
All are welcome, there is no need to book.
Dr Glover will also be presenting at our Breathing in Context symposium.
March 9, 2016 from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Located at: ER142 Elvet Riverside 1, Durham University