National Reconciliation Week 'In this together'
The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health recently held a webinar presentation by Mr Shane Charles for National Reconciliation Week. Shane is the new Aboriginal Co-Chair for Reconciliation Victoria, born and bred in Shepparton, a strong Yorta Yorta, Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung man.
He is a highly experienced and inspirational Aboriginal leader with a strong track record across a range of sectors including education and training, justice and cultural heritage within both Aboriginal and mainstream organisations.
See a recording of the webinar at: Webinar: 'In This Together'
'Life Beyond Coronavirus'
Professor Shitij Kapur, FRCPC, PhD, FMedSci is Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences and Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Health) at the University of Melbourne. Professor Kapur hosts a seven-part panel series 'Life Beyond Coronavirus' with an impressive panel of specialists in their field, which can all be viewed at this link: Life Beyond Coronavirus
The University of Melbourne COVID-19 Public Webinar Series
All three sessions have been recorded and are now available on the Department of Rural Health website https://medicine.unimelb.edu.au/school-structure/rural-health
Series 1 – Professor Shitij Kapur: 'Rural COVID-19 in Australia - What have we learnt about the virus and ourselves?'
Series 2 – Laureate Professor John Hattie: 'What we can learn from educating during the COVID-19 home schooling exercise'
Series 3 –Professor Lisa Phillips: 'Mental Health and dealing with COVID-19 in the rural setting'