Upcoming Health Issues Centre Forum – Thursday 6th May

April 30, 2021

The Health Issues Centre, based in Melbourne have secured a broad range of specialist experts as keynote speakers and panellists for an upcoming forum on “Vaccination Hesitation”.

This is a unique opportunity to directly question and comment back to health authorities who until now have only been available for media inquiry.

The three keynote Speakers are:

  • Adjunct Professor John Skerritt – CEO, Therapeutic Goods Administration and Office of Drug Control
  • Dr Stephen Duckett – Health Program Director, Grattan Institute
  • Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah- infectious diseases physician and founder of fungalAi, a surveillance and diagnosis technology platform for blood cancer fungal infections

They will be joined by our guest panellists for a Q&A session open to all participants.

Panellists include:

  • Professor Richard Holden Professor of Economics at UNSW
  • Associate Professor Margie Danchin – Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Over the last days the ever-changing landscape of COVID-19 infection control and prevention has shifted yet again to focus on how we can make quarantine procedures failsafe.

The evolving nature of this global crisis suggests that both quarantine and vaccination will remain key planks of community protection programs for the foreseeable future. More than ever, consumers need to future proof their decisions so that their choices today aren’t confounded by future developments.

We hope this discussion can take us beyond the current media cycle of blood-clots and hotel quarantine shortcomings to consider what lies ahead.

It’s not too late to register and join us on Thursday 6th May at 10-11.30 am

Simply follow this link. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/vaccination-hesitation-paranoia-or-sensible-caution-tickets-150681601727