The Spirit of Healthy Horizons (Tri-Uni Conference)

The Spirit of Health Horizons is a one-day Indigenous Conference aimed at showcasing positive, strengths-based research, practice and innovation in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. It is a collaboration between HOPE4HEALTH (Griffith University), Trophiq (University of Queensland) and Bushfire (Bond University) open to ALL Health students (eg. Nursing, Medicine, Public and Allied Health).

Date: Saturday, 29th September
Time: Registrations and morning tea at 9:20am; 10:00am start; approx. finish 5-6pm
Location: Level 3, Griffith University Centre for Medicine and Oral Health (GH1 campus), 16 High Street, Southport 4215
Cost: Nil

Come along and experience everything this day has to offer, including:
- The Bundjalung Kunjiel Dance Troupe
- A line-up of exceptional speakers:
Dr Chris Perry, ENT
Paul Pholeros, HealthHabitat
Tim Rowe, Indigenous Marathon Project
Dr Tash Coventry, "Birthing in the Home Country" (via tele-link from Cooktown)
Dr Stephen Godfrey, Ophthalmologist
Associate Professor Jane Smith, Indigenous Health Specialist
Deadly Ears, Award-winning
- Practical breakout sessions, including:
Clinical skills with Deadly Ears and IRIS (otoscopy, fundoscopy etc.) and Aboriginal cultural sessions

Morning/afternoon tea, lunch and early evening canap├ęs provided

This conference was designed by students for students with a genuine interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. Our aim is to expose all students to the stories of strong, positive, community-controlled health endeavours and the people that run them.

Registrations CLOSE Monday, 24th September!!!!! (Or earlier, if oversubscribed)

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