Join a panel of Aboriginal health professionals for a discussion on what Australia can learn from the Aboriginal-led health response to the pandemic.
Featuring: Lesley Nelson, CEO of South West Aboriginal Medical Service; Professor Sandra Eades, Dean of Curtin Medical School; Assoc Professor Dan McAullay, Director of the Centre for Improving Health Services for Aboriginal Children at Edith Cowan University; and Francine Eades, Chair of Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service. In conversation with Australian of the Year (2003) Professor Stanley, Patron of the Telethon Kids Institute and chief economist at the Australia Institute Richard Denniss.
Part of the Australia Institute’s #EconomicsOfAPandemic webinar series.
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