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Dr CHRISTOPHER JOHN CLEMENTS

epidemiologist , public health physician

Christopher John Clements, British Epidemiologist, public health physician. Elder local evangelical church; Fellow Australasian Faculty Public Health Medicine of Royal Australian College Physicians; member Faculty Public Health Medicine of Royal College Physicians.

Background

Clements, Christopher John was born on January 21, 1946 in Ledsham, Cheshire, England. Son of Henry Walter and Mary (Jordan) Clements. arrived in New Zealand, 1980.

Education

University of London, London Hospital, 1969, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons, London, 1969, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. University of Auckland, New Zealand, 1972, Diploma Obstetrics.

Royal College of Physicians, 1973, Diploma Child Health. University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 1980, Master of Science Community Medical. College of Community Medical, New Zealand, 1980, MCCM.

Royal College of Physicians, London, 1980, Member Faculty Public Health Medical. Spoken languages: English, French, Spanish.

Career

House surgeon, London Hospital, Whitechapel, 1969;house physician, St. Richard's Hospital, Chichester, England, 1969;resident pediatrics, U. Western Ontario, London, Canada, 1970;registrar obstetrics, Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand, 1971;senior house officer, Alder Hey Childrens Hospital, Liverpool, England, 1972;medical director, Hospital del Valle Apurimac, Peru, 1973;registrar pediatrics, Lancaster Royal Infirmary, 1974-1976;registrar community medicine, N.W. Regional Health Authority, 1978-1980;deputy medical officer health, Wellington, New Zealand, 1980-1983;assistant director, head disease control, Department Health, Wellington, 1983-1985;medical officer Expanded Programme on Immunization, World Health Organization, Geneva, since 1985. Teacher department pediatrics U. Western Ontario, department child health U. Liverpool, department health policy U. Lancaster, department community medicine U. Otago, New Zealand. Chief medical officer Save the Children Fund, Bangladesh, 1977, Afghanistan, 1977.

Membership

Elder local evangelical church. Fellow Australasian Faculty Public Health Medicine of Royal Australian College Physicians. Member Faculty Public Health Medicine of Royal College Physicians.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Maternal and child health, prevention of vaccinepreventable diseases. Windsurfing, photography, gardening.

Connections

Married Vivienne Mary Driscoll, Dec.11, 1976. Children: Tristan, Ashley.

father:
Henry Walter Clements

mother:
Mary (Jordan) Clements

spouse:
Vivienne Mary Driscoll

children:
Tristan Clements

Ashley Clements