Current Southgate Events

 

Upcoming 2018 Events 


 

40 years from WHO's Alma Ata Declaration on Primary Health Care: Relevance for a Healthy and Equitable Australia

 Are you interested in the future of primary health care in Australia?

We will be holding two events, one in Canberra on Wednesday 12 September, and one in Adelaide on the 17 September. Further details to come.

Please contact sara.javanparast@flinders.edu.au with any queries.


 The Southgate Institute's 10th Oration - Professor Anne Kavanagh

Guest Orator, Professor Anne Kavanagh, will focus her talk on the health of people with a disability. Professor Anne Kavanagh is the inaugural Chair of Disability and Health at the Melbourne
School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. Anne is
Academic Director of the Melbourne Disability Institute – an interdisciplinary
Institute which brings together researchers, government and non-government
organisations, and advocates to create systemic change to improve the lives of
people with disability. Anne is Co-Director of the NHMRC Centre of Research
Excellence in Disability and Health.

To register your attendence, please click on the link: http://events.flinders.edu.au/show/event/southgate-institute-for-health-society-and-equity-10th-oration

This event will also be livestreamed, and you may click on this link just prior to the start time: http://video.flinders.edu.au/events/SouthGateInstituteOration_2018.cfm.

Please sontact monique.tenhove@flinders.edu.au with any queries.


CRE Policy Symposium

The CRE Policy Symposium in 2018 is scheduled to be held in Canberra on Thursday 29 November.  Further details will be available in due course. 

Please email enquiries.southgateinstitute@flinders.edu.au in the first instance.

Policy Club

The Southgate Policy Club addresses hot topics of interest to academics, policy makers and practitioners within government and not-for-profit sectors. Perspectives from a wide range of professionals bring both a depth and a practicality to policy agendas in relation to health, society and equity.

Find out more about the Southgate Policy Club by contacting Dr Toby Freeman.

Theory Club

The Southgate Theory Club provides space and opportunities to think, deliberate and debate on the relevance of theories for understanding health and society. It provides an opportunity for debate and interaction between researchers, academics and professionals from diverse fields and with different experiences.

The Theory Club encourages cross-disciplinary perspectives.  Please email Southgate Institute for further details.