2018 UV Workshop
NIWA UV Workshop, “UV Radiation: Effects on Human Health and the Environment: 2018”, to be held at the James Cook Grand Chancellor Hotel in Wellington, New Zealand between 4-6 April 2018.
There will be an icebreaker function on the evening of 4 April, followed by 2 days of workshop sessions, with 20-minute presentations. Foci of the workshop will include:
- Ozone, Climate, and UV Radiation
- UVI & its effective communication
- The role of apps/digital technology
- Balancing the need for vitamin D against the need for avoiding skin damage
Registrations are now open. Please register early. Our Early Bird registration rate applies only until 15 December 2017. The registration site includes fields for submitting your proposed title(s) and short abstract.
Online Hotel Booking Link. Use The Attendee Code: NIWA2018 to receive the discounted room rate of NZ$210 (Room Only; Prices include GST tax of 15%). Rates quoted are per room, per night on a single, double or twin occupancy. Rooms & rates are held until 04/02/2018; after this date all rooms and rates are subject to availability.
The 2018 Programme is not yet available, but here is the 2014 Programme (a similar format and range of topics is envisaged for the 2018 workshop).
Instructions for Presenters:
A template file for the extended abstracts can be found here.
Presenters should bring correctly-formatted extended abstracts to the meeting (word and pdf).
Oral presenters must provide a ppt or pdf file of their talk to the session chair prior to the session.
Poster presenters must provide a ppt or pdf slide to the session chair prior to the session.
We thank our sponsors, listed below, for making the event possible!
* New Zealand's National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA)
* New Zealand's Health Promotion Agency (HPA)
* Cancer Society of New Zealand (CanSoc)
* Australian National University (ANU)
* New Zealand Dermatological Society Inc (NZDSI)
Richard McKenzie, NIWA (convenor)
Barbara Hegan, HPA
Ben Liley, NIWA
Peter Gies, ARPANSA
Robert Scragg, University of Auckland
Robyn Lucas, ANU
Shayne Nahu, Cancer Society of NZ