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Ethics Matters - mini series - Brian Easton & Dr Ben Gray (22 & 24 October 2013)

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DVD $20

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BrianEaston-web.jpgArchbishops and Economics


To what extent can economics ignore the issues which ethics raises?


Brian Easton is an independent scholar who researches, writes, works as a consultant and teaches in economic, social statistics, public policy and New Zealand Studies.


A Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, a Chartered Statistician, a Member of the Royal Society of New Zealand and a Distinguished Fellow of the New Zealand Economic Association, he was appointed to the Prime Minister’s Growth and Innovation Advisory Board for its entire existence from 2002 to 2009, and in 2009 he was the NZIER Economist of the Year.


Other major research concerns include current macroeconomic developments, economic evaluation (especially of health and the environment) and the impact of alcohol and gambling on public welfare, and public policy generally.


His writings include a fortnightly column in The Listener,  and learned articles and reviews which appear on his website at www.eastonbh.ac.nz.

Ben-Grayweb.jpgHealth Lessons for a Diverse World


Health practitioners are expected to be culturally competent with the aim of improving on the unequal health outcomes endured by minority cultural groups such as Maori and Pacific people. The approaches required to achieve this could be applied to other areas of national life to maximise the benefits of our increasingly diverse population.


Dr Ben Gray is an Otago graduate from the first class at the Wellington Clinical School who joined the Primary Health Care & General Practice Department of the University of Otago, Wellington in 2006 as a senior lecturer in General Practice.


He has worked as a GP for the past 25 years, firstly at Waitara and more recently at Newtown Union Health Service (NUHS). While Waitara has a significant Maori population, NUHS has a diverse population with significant numbers of refugees from many parts of the world and the practice has developed significant strengths in long term condition management, cross cultural care and interprofessional practice.