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Key Thinkers Forum

Date posted: 17th of June 2019

The POCHE Indigenous Health Network is holding a Key Thinkers Forum on Ear Health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. 

"Ear health continues to be an issue with widespread long term effects on overall health and lifestyle in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander population. We are coming together to talk about what needs to be done to change this."

Panel members:

  • Carmen Parter
  • Prof. Dennis McDermott
  • Prof. Kelvin Kong
  • Samantha Harkus
  • Facilitated by Prof. Tom Calma (AO)

When: Tuesday 6th August, 2019 - 9am - 12.30pm (lunch provided).

Where: Ground Floor Seminar Room, Room 203, RD Watt Building (H04), University of Sydney, NSW 2006.

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For more information please download the flyer or contact poche.admin@sydney.edu.au (02) 9114 0829

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