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Balancing science with humanity: how kindness restores the whole in medicine | Opening keynote address | Professor Catherine Crock AM
Balancing science with humanity: how kindness restores the whole in medicine | Opening keynote address | Professor Catherine Crock AM
Video On-Demand - Opening keynote address
Topic

Balancing science with humanity: how kindness restores the whole in medicine

Presented by

Professor Catherine Crock AM

Available Tuesday, June 16 2020
Duration 30 mins
Where On-demand | Online
Format Opening keynote | Oration
Presented by Professor Catherine Crock AM
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Webinars
Webinar Speakers
Topic

Promoting an inclusive community for people living with disability

Professor Keith McVilly
When Friday, 19 June 2020 Dr Jennifer Fitzgerald
Time 1pm - 2pm AEST Dr Harry Eeman
Where REGISTER Dr Warren Harrex
Chair Dr Steve de Graaf and Dr Beata Byok
Description As a 25 year old student taking a gap year in 1999 Harry woke up with double vision and difficulty walking. This occurred in Brussels, Belgium and began a two year inpatient journey. This included five months in ICU “locked in” and 17 months of rehabilitation including time at his home medical school in Canberra. Three years after the event Harry returned to full time study, this time with quadriplegia. He is now a senior staff specialist in the areas of Rehabilitation Medicine and Pain Medicine and is raising a growing family in Melbourne.
Webinar Speakers
Topic

Healthy Futures, Healthy Cities

Professor Tony Capon
When Monday, 22 June 2020 Clinical Professor Meredith Makeham
Time 12pm - 1pm AEST Dr Lucy Gunn
Where REGISTER Professor Jo Douglass
Chair Professor John Wilson, AM
Description Urban density, once seen as a blight is now viewed as a necessary feature of existence. How can we design and ensure that cities are good for people? Climate change, digital existence, ageing, complexity, vulnerability and loneliness are new issues to deal with. The role of design for health in cities will be crucial.