Jennie Lynne Connor
|Alma mater||University of Auckland|
|Fields||Preventive and social medicine|
|Institutions||University of Otago|
After a 2001 PhD titled 'Estimating the contribution of driver sleepiness to car crash injuries : the Auckland car crash injury study' at the University of Auckland, Connor moved to the University of Otago, rising to full professor. Much of Connor's recent research focuses on the health effects of drinking.
- Medicine, Department of Preventive and Social. "Department of Preventive and Social Medicine staff profiles". www.otago.ac.nz.
- "The lifelong health hangover of teen drinking". Radio New Zealand. 22 November 2018.
- "Calls for 'bold' Government action as study reveals drinking habits of pregnant Kiwi women". Stuff.
- firstname.lastname@example.org, Amy Wiggins (26 July 2018). "23 per cent of New Zealanders drink while pregnant, study finds" – via www.nzherald.co.nz.
- "Revealed: New Zealand regions with the most alcohol deaths". 20 June 2018 – via www.newshub.co.nz.
- "'Incontrovertible evidence': Coroner's plea to Govt to change legal drinking age". 12 May 2018 ��� via www.newshub.co.nz.
- "Alcohol industry downplays cancer link, study finds". Stuff.
- "New study reveals alcohol is more dangerous than we thought". Stuff.
- Goodwin, Eileen (30 June 2016). "Moderate drinking linked to cancer". Otago Daily Times Online News.
- "Synthetic drug poisoning on the rise, figures show". 25 November 2018 – via www.newshub.co.nz.
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