- Want to know more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Culture and History?
- Ever wondered what you could do to contribute, as a student of the health professions?
- Want to catch up after the midyear break?
- Want free food?
Then come along to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Seminar next Monday night. Jointly run by TROHPIQ and TIME, this is an event not to be missed!
Where: Room N201, Hawken Engineering Building, St Lucia campus
When: 6:30pm start, Monday 1st August
Prof Ross Bailie – a health professional with two decades of experience in aboriginal and public health research
Helen Bnads – a counsellor at Link-Up (Qld) who works with members of the Stolen Generation to find family and promote healing and reconciliation
Alicia Veasey – a fourth year medical student who is a board member of the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association and involved in many activities for Indigenous youth in Brisbane.
Details for the seminar are as follows:
Food provided afterwards, and plenty of opportunities to ask questions of our wonderful speakers.
See you there, members and non-members welcome!