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Workshop Schedule

 

Wednesday 15th April 2015

11.00-12.00

Arrival & Registration

12.00-13.00

Lunch

 

13.00-13.10

 

Jim Q. Smith

Welcome by JQS

Session 1 13.10-15.30

Chair:

Elizabeth Dowler

 

13.10-14.00

 

John Ingram

Food security to 2040: What’s coming down the track?

14.00-14.40

 

Martin Caraher

From Food Poverty to Food Banks: Examples of Successful Failures!

 

14.42-15.20

 

Rachel Loopstra (Wed)

Household food insecurity and food bank usage: what we know from Canada and the UK and key knowledge gaps

15.20-15.50

Coffee

Session 2 15.50-17.50

Chair:

 

15.50-16.30

 

Donald Cole

Moving farming and food systems towards farmer well-being, consumer food security and ecosystem sustainability – what policies and practices could make a difference glocally?

 

16.30-17.10

 

Rosemary Collier

Making the best of ‘variation’

 

17.10-17.50

 

Nicole Darmon

Taxing unhealthy food may increase social inequalities in nutrition

 

18.00-19.00

Poster session

Thursday 16th April 2015

Session 3 09.30-11.30

Chair:

 

09.30-10.10


Angela Druckman

Food scares: How can we reduce the impacts?

 

10.10-10.50


Caireen Roberts

Impact of food insecurity on diet

 

10.50-11.30


Chris Jewell

Bayesian data assimilation for vector borne disease response: Theileria orientalis (Ikeda) in New Zealand cattle

11.30-12.00

Coffee

Session 4 12-13.20

Chair:

 

12.00-12.40


Rob Deardon

Emulator-based inference for models of large-scale infectious disease systems

12.40-13.20


Mike Escobar

Looking at data and public health problems with Bayesian glasses

 

13.20-14.10

Lunch

Session 5 14.10-16.10

Chair

 

14.10-14.50

Ann Nicholson

Bayesian decision networks for risk assessment and decision support

14.50-15.30

Kerrie Mengersen

The bycatch of Bayes nets: expanding BN inferences for improved environmental decision-making

15.30-16.10

Marc Kennedy

European models and software for exposure and risk-benefit assessments: food consumers, agricultural workers and residents/bystanders

16.10-16.30

Coffee

Session 6 16.30-18.30

Chair

 

16.30-17.10

 

Danny Williamson

Probability for future weather: how close are we to decision actionable expert judgement?

17.10-17.50

 

Jonty Rougier

Statistical modelling of volcanoes, with some reflections on expert judgement and uncertainty

17.50-18.30

 

Jim Q Smith

Causality and consistency in networked decision support systems

 

20.00-22.00

Conference Dinner

Friday 17th April 2015

Session 7 09.30-11.00

 

Chair

 

09.30-10.20

 

Molly Jahn (FRI)

Feeding the world: getting the data right for decision-making

 

10.20-11.00

Andy Davis & Jonathan Horsfield

‘Feeding Britain’ – A Shock for Middle England?

11.00-11.30

Coffee

Session 8 11.30-12.45

Chair:

 

11.30-12.10

Rachel Wilkerson

Barriers to Participation in Child Nutrition Programs in America

12.10-12.50

Martine J Barons

Towards UK food security decision support

12.50-13.00

Jim Q. Smith

Concluding remarks

13.00-14.00

Lunch