Item Open AccessOn-campus student experiences of online learning due to COVID-19: Social experiences(2020) Clarke, JennyWhat were on-campus students’ experiences of online learning at UC? In particular: What activities/initiatives by lecturers/UC worked particularly well? What did the students miss most? How were students affected by disruption to practical experiences? What were students’ experiences of assessment during this period? Item Open AccessEstimation of a polygenic risk score for ambulatory care sensitive conditions(2018) Basu AOutline of the presentation ● Ambulatory sensitive hospitalisations ● Common genetic variants that can explain ASH ● What do GWAS studies tell us about ASH ● Estimation of PRS from GWAS studies ● Next steps Item Open AccessWork in Progress: Developing Polygenic disease scores from literature using ADNI(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2016) Basu, A.Challenge: Construct a predictive model using SNP data from GWAS studies to predict and model diseases and health outcomes? [Genetic Prediction for Illness] Item Open AccessA case-study of interactions between two students with special educational needs and their teachers, teacher-aides, and peers in an inclusive primary school setting(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2013) Chadinha, E.; Tyler-Merrick, G.; Walker, L.This presentation describes the number and types of interaction two students with special educational needs experience in their classroom and playground with their peers, teachers and teacher aides. Data was obtained through video recordings and then coding of the interactions. The results indicate that teacher aides interact with these students the most with instructions and prompts. Teachers and peers interact only rarely. These findings are important as increasing numbers of students with special needs are encouraged to attend mainstream schools but the outcomes in terms of the type and number of quality interactions appear limited.