Families at Risk: Bridging the Translation Divide Between Research, Policy and Practice

22nd April, 2020: 5:45 pm – 8:15 pm
“Families at Risk” is a term typically used to describe families with complex issues. The reality is that many of the risk factors that impact children during childhood and adolescence are carried forward to their adult lives. Join our experts, Annie Mulden, Rachel Robinson and Tim Moore, as they discuss and share their insights on what the practical applications are that should be used to improve outcomes for families at risk.

The Ensuing Tsunami of Chronic Disease: How Best to Prepare

23rd October, 2019: 5:45 pm – 8:15 pm
As clinicians and within our health system, we, collectively, are no longer simply dealing with individual ailments. We’re seeing a substantial increase in chronic diseases, multiple co-morbidities on top of increasing aged population. Join Mike Roberts, UCLPartners, and Nick Buckmaster, RACP as they discuss practical changes being made in the various healthcare systems, what they’ve already done to start preparing for the shift and what successes they’ve encountered.