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Menzies School of Health and Research is proud to host the Darwin satellite event for the 2022 NHMRC Research Translation Symposium. The theme is embracing diversity and will feature a panel session with Top End Partners and local presenters after a lunch on site. 

Panel members include:
  • Rob McPhee – Danila Dilba
  • Dianne Stephens – Charles Darwin University/National Critical Care Trauma Response Centre
  • Jo Norton – Northern Territory Government Department of Health
  • Rob Moore – Northern Territory Primary Health Network
  • Sean Taylor – Menzies School of Health and Research
Key speakers and topics include:
  • Angela Titmuss – Youth onset type 2 diabetes: rethinking models of care
  • Anna Ralph, Stuart Yiwarr McGrath and William Majoni - The Communicate Study Partnership: improving healthcare experiences and outcomes for Aboriginal peoples through culturally safe healthcare in first languages
  • Josie Povey and Jaylene Friel - The Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth (AIMhi for Youth): A digital mental health meeting place

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