Events 2017


SAVE THE DATE: Women & Health, Celebrating 50 years of ASEAN Women

An acknowledgment of accomplishments and challenges for women and health in Southeast Asia; and collaboratively and continuously working to improve health, health education, and health outcomes in the region.

Women & Health will be held on 5 October 2017.

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Palliative Care in Vulnerable Populations Forum

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The Office for Global Health at the University of Sydney is hosting a forum in collaboration with the Global Health Academy at the University of Edinburgh, to discuss issues in palliative care amongst vulnerable populations. The forum will feature expert speakers from a range of disciplines and invites you to contribute to the discussions in this field.

When: Tuesday 6 June 2017
Where: Darlington Centre Conference Room, City Road, Darlington NSW 2008

RSVP: Registration is free, but please register online to secure your place at:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/palliative-care-in-vulnerable-populations-forumtickets-33066657262

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Program
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University of Sydney & University of Washington Joint Short Course in HIV & STIs

20th-22nd March 2017
Venue: Ground Floor Conference Rooms
The Westmead Institute for Medical Research
176 Hawkesbury Rd, Westmead NSW 2145


Download the Program and Registration Booklet here

About the Course
We are delighted to present the first University of Sydney and The University of Washington Joint Short Course in HIV and STIs. Course faculty are internationally and nationally recognized leaders in their respective fields. Our course will deliver a unique blend of U.S. and Australian education through expert lectures, sharing of experience and group discussion.

In preparing the course content, we have been mindful of the multi-disciplinary approaches required to achieve effective management and control STIs, including HIV. We have therefore designed a course which can be attended in its entirety over three days or on a one-day only basis, dependent upon personal interest and relevance. Each day will therefore have a different theme and flavour. Read more.