LIVE STREAM: Australian Public Health Conference 2020

Online

The Public Health Association of Australia's flagship annual conference will this year be run online over two weeks, October 19 to 30. Day one of ten features an address from federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt, a keynote from Doherty Institute director Jodie McVernon, and live talks on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. More details here.[.....]

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29
Oct

LIVE STREAM: Australian Public Health Conference 2020

Day nine of 10 features sessions on tracking and reporting on Covid-19, as well as it impact on healthcare and individuals' lifestyles.

29
Oct

WEBINAR: RMIT — Mental health in times of Covid-19

Speakers include Black Dog Institute senior research fellow Mark Larsen.

29
Oct

WEBINAR: UNSW — Decolonising global health

Speakers include BMJ Global Health editor-in-chief Seye Abimbola and Oxfam Australia CEO Lyn Morgain.

29
Oct

LIVE STREAM: National Disability Summit

Speakers at this two-day conference include disability discrimination commissioner Ben Gauntlett and NSW Ministry of Health director of social policy implementation Steven Davison.