Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium, the University of Sydney

On Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 of July, IRNet, proudly supported by the University of Sydney and Sydney Health Partners, will host the second annual IRNet National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Showcase.

We will hear from some of the country’s leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health experts on topics including the intersection between COVID-19 vaccinations and trust, telehealth and clinical trials in Indigenous communities, and the strengths of consumer and community involvement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and medical research.

The Showcase will also bring together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researchers across all career stages to present their research, reflect and discuss some of today’s most critical health challenges and solutions during abstract presentation sessions.

A networking function at the end of Day 1 will provide attendees with an opportunity to come together, relax and re-connect.

The Showcase concludes with a lunch on Day 2, followed by a guided tour of the Gululu dhuwala djalkiri Exhibition at the Ian Potter Gallery, Chau Chak Wing Museum.

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