17 January 2017Share
Health Spokesperson, Leader of the Australian Greens and Senator for Victoria Dr Richard Di Natale speaking at the 2016 MMIHR International Scientific Research Symposium.
Overcoming health inequalities in vulnerable communities and individuals will be a key focus of the Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research’s upcoming international research symposium.
The Mackillop’s 2017 International Scientific Research Symposium will be held from 22 to 23 February 2017 in Melbourne, focusing on the theme: Improving the health of people and communities: A global perspective.
The symposium will reflect the ever-growing portfolio of world-leading research focused within The MacKillop and will feature world-leading researchers in the fields of nursing, cardiology, exercise and nutritional sciences, health services research, population and public health, health economics, international health and Indigenous health.
Keynote speakers will include:
All ACU staff and students are invited to attend the symposium, which will be held at the Catholic Leadership Centre at 576 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne from 22 to 23 February 2017. Attendees are asked to register by Monday 6 February 2017. Registration is free.
For more information about the symposium please visit the event website.