Past events

Find information about past events.

18
Apr
2019

The birth of a Medicare item: evidence, politics and cardiovascular disease »

12.30pm 18 April 2019

A story about the rare addition to the Australian health care system – a new item on the Medicare Benefits Schedule for primary health care.

15
Apr
2019

Combined RegNet/RSPH Seminar »

12.30pm 15 April 2019

A seminar co-presented by the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and RSPH, to build interest and connections between the two Schools.

28
Mar
2019

Preparing for death: what is important to people with dementia at the end of life?  »

12.30pm 28 March 2019

Preparing for death: what is important to people with dementia at the end of life? Professor Helen Mason

25
Feb
2019

Rare Disease Day Special Public Lecture - Bridging health and social care  »

5.30pm 25 February 2019

Prof Cook, Assoc Prof Phillips and Dr Bourke will share their work and discoveries focusing on the clinical, care and policy aspects of rare diseases.

25
Feb
2019

Public Health in Surface Coal Mining Communities »

12pm 25 February 2019

This presentation will review studies conducted by the speaker on associations between public health indicators and surface coal mining.

07
Feb
2019

Frameworks for engagement with consumers, patients and other community members »

12.30pm 7 February 2019

This is the second in a series of seminars organised by the RSPH Impact Committee in order to focus attention on impact and engagement within the School.

05
Feb
2019

Suicide Prevention in Australia...

1.30pm 5 February 2019

With Australian suicide rates increasing, it is timely to address the challenges and strategies for suicide prevention.

06
Dec
2018

The PFAS Health Study: Community Consultations in Oakey, Qld »

6 December 2018

In Australia, some communities have been exposed to higher concentrations of PFASs due to the contamination of ground water and environments from these chemicals.

05
Dec
2018

Cohort effects on the need for health care and implications for health care planning - Professor Stephen Birch  »

12.30pm 5 December 2018

Cohort effects on the need for health care and implications for health care planning - Professor Stephen Birch

26
Nov
2018

The PFAS Health Study: Community Consultations in Williamtown Community, NSW »

26 November 2018

In Australia, some communities have been exposed to higher concentrations of PFASs due to the contamination of ground water and environments from these chemicals.

Pages