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2014 DOHaD Conference
Together towards Tomorrow: The Developmental Origins of Health and Disease
You are invited to the launch and first meeting of the ‘DOHaD’ Society of Australia and New Zealand which is being held in Perth on April 9-10th 2014. The meeting will be held in conjunction with the PSANZ (Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand which is being held on April 6-9th, 2014).
The one and half day meeting will celebrate the launch of the society, and bring together researchers from many disciplines - all with a common goal of promoting health and reducing chronic disease burden through collaborative preventive strategies, beginning in early life.
|Perth April 9-10|
DOHaD Society of Australia and New Zealand
Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD)
Discussions are underway to develop an Australian and New Zealand network of researchers, clinicians and health workers to promote health and reduce chronic disease burden through collaborative preventive strategies in early life.
Taking Over the Asylum: New approaches to autonomy and capacity in mental illness in the era of disability rights.
Speaker: Sascha Callaghan
|27 May 2013|
|Publication||Leeder S. Don’t bury the benefits of research to improve the health system, The Conversation, 9 April 2013.||9 April 2013|