1969-2010, English, Unpublished edition: Papers of Konrad Jamrozik. Jamrozik, Konrad.

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  • volumes, sheets, 10 photographs, 502 colour slides, electronic files, 1 trophy ; 2.04 metres.
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  • English

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Title
  • Papers of Konrad Jamrozik.
Creator
  • Jamrozik, Konrad.
Produced
  • 1969-2010.
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Physical Description
  • volumes, sheets, 10 photographs, 502 colour slides, electronic files, 1 trophy ; 2.04 metres.
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Summary
  • Records comprising academic papers of Professor Konrad Jamrozik, public health professional, educator, and anti-smoking campaigner: academic research papers and projects relating to smoking and tobacco control and public health topics (see special lists for series 1-2); research project files and administration files (see special lists for series 3-4); work correspondence (see special list for series 5); teaching papers including course guides, notes and papers, course evaluations, and lecture slides; curriculum vitae; certificates and awards (see special list for series 13); newspaper cuttings featuring Professor Konrad Jamrozik; photographs (do an archival number search on PRG 1725/​15 to view selected images); appointment diaries; personal correspondence with family detailing life as an academic medical professional in England and Papua New Guinea; postcards and greeting cards; student papers written by Konrad Jamrozik; miscellaneous papers; and digital files on floppy disks. See series list for details.
Biography
  • Konrad Jamrozik, son of social welfare professional Adam Jamrozik and wife Ruth Errey, was born in Leigh Creek on 2 May 1955. He grew up in the Adelaide Hills, attending Belair Primary School and Blackwood High School, and began his medical training at the University of Adelaide, before transfering to the University of Tasmania, where, as an intern at the Royal Hobart Hospital in the late 1970s, he became interested in tobacco control after witnessing the dangerous consequences of smoking. He was awarded the Nuffield Dominions Fellowship to study at Oxford University and completed his PhD in strategies for promoting smoking cessation. He then worked as a lecturer in Community Medicine at the University of Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby, and also served as a clinical assistant on the leprosy service. In the mid 1980s he moved to the University of Western Australia as a research fellow in the Unit of Clinical Epidemiology, and a lecturer in medicine and public health. From December 2000 to September 2004 he was Chair in Primary Care Epidemiology at Imperial College, London, before moving to Brisbane as Professor of Evidence-based Health Care at the University of Queensland, and then to the University of Adelaide in 2007, in the role of Head of the School of Population Health and Clinical Practice. He dedicated his clinical and academic work to tobacco control, and was an academic expert on the impact of smoking on vascular disease, stroke, and passive smoking. He was a prolific researcher, contributing to many research papers to scientific literature on a number of topics. He also worked and studied at the World Health Organization in Geneva, and Harvard University. He was awarded Life Membership of the Australian Council on Smoking and Health, and the Inaugural President's Award from the National Heart Foundation of Australia. He was also a Fellow of the Public Health Association of Australia and winner of the Nigel Gray Medal for outstanding contribution to Tobacco Control. He died on 24 March 2010. [Adapted from 'Tribute to anti-smoking campaigner, researcher'. Obituary for Adam Jamrozik in the University of Adelaide newsletter 'Adelaidean', May 2010 issue].
Notes
  • See PRG 1699 for papers of Adam Jamrozik, father of Konrad Jamrozik.
  • For a list of Konrad Jamrozik's scientific contributions while working at the University of Adelaide and other institutues, see the Research Gate website. Includes links to full text articles.
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