Peter J.

  • Professor in Population Health,
  • University of Auckland
  • New Zealand
In programme
  • November 23 13:20 to 14:50
  • November 24 15:00 to 16:30
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Peter background is in philosophy and psychology and has worked as a clinical psychologist in hospital and community settings. His research interests include: critical social theory, applied rhetoric, existential issues, family impacts of addictions, gender-based violence, industry conflicts of interest and public health approaches to gambling. He has published eight sole-authored books including three on topics regarding addictions, two on existential issues, two on rhetoric and one on men’s violence. He is employed as a professor at the School of Population Health and an associate director of the Centre for Addiction Research at the University of Auckland.