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Beyond the pandemic: A webinar series with Dr Norman Swan

In partnership with WA Primary Health Alliance, Nous Group is sponsoring a webinar series hosted by multi-award winning producer and broadcaster Dr Norman Swan, host of Radio National’s Health Report, co-host of Coronacast and commentator on ABC's 7.30 Report. Along with leading thinkers from across the health sector, Dr Swan will explore the long term implications of COVID-19 through a range of lenses.

Listen to good content, support a good cause

You can purchase tickets here for $65 (including GST) for a single webinar, or $200 for access to all five webinars. All proceeds from webinar ticket sales will go to Youth Focus in support of mental health and wellbeing for young people living in regional WA.

If you are unable to attend on the event date, all ticketholders will receive recorded links post event so  can you watch the content at a time that is convenient.

Webinar topics and guest speakers

17
Nov
4pm-5pm AEDT

The health systems's support to COVID 'long-haulers'
Guest speaker:
Professor Greg Dore, Kirby Institute, University of NSW
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24
Nov
4pm-5pm AEDT

The long-term implications that COVID has for Australia's older people
Guest speakers:
Professor Susan Kurrle, The University of Sydney

Professor Michael Kidd AM, Department of Health

Stephen Teulan, Nous Group

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1
dec
4pm-5pm AEDT

Preparing for the biggest immunisation program in Australia's history
Guest speakers:
Professor Terry Nolan, The University of Melbourne

Professor Michael Kidd AM, Department of Health

Raj Verma, Nous Group

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8
dec
4pm-5pm AEDT

COVID and Australia’s mental health – dealing with the symptoms that we will not have a vaccine for
Guest speakers:
Dr Jo-An Atkinson, The University of Sydney

Dr Caroline Johnson, Melbourne Medical School

Tim Marney, Nous Group

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9
dec
4pm-5pm AEDT

The pandemic that will shape a generation; how do we support our children and young people to be part of the conversation?
Guest speakers:
Zoe Robinson, Office of the Advocate for Children and Young People

Dr Elizabeth Scott, Senior Psychiatrist, Headspace

Emma White, Nous Group

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