True Relationships and Reproductive Health, in partnership with Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, is hosting a 2-day National Multicultural Women’s Reproductive and Sexual Health Conference.

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The event aim is to create a platform for health practitioners and consumers to improve migrant and refugee women’s reproductive and sexual health outcomes.

The event objectives are:

  • To encourage and enable health promotion and health-care practitioners, policy makers and consumers to identify current evidence, emerging issues, knowledge and skills relating to sexual and reproductive health in a multicultural context
  • To improve and expand clinical reproductive and sexual health practice in the context of the intersection between gendered inequality and migration
  • To challenge and prevent practitioner and community myths and misconceptions
  • To increase space for people from a diversity of professional, academic and consumer backgrounds to share knowledge, network and establish partnerships for change
  • To create opportunities to plan for future policy, programs and action in the area of reproductive and sexual health

Who Should Attend

  • Practitioners, researchers and policy makers in clinical services and health promotion; GPs, GP Registrars, mental health professionals, sexual health nurses and school based youth health nurses
  • Health advocates, health consumers, community members, community based carers, parents and carers
  • Social services professionals working in areas of early childhood, migration, education, alcohol and other drugs, disability, LGBTIQ+ health, violence prevention, aged care and residential care

*If you are an employer sending more than one staff member from category C or D, you’re welcome to contact us regarding discount options.

**If you are a school sending more than 10 students, please contact us for group options.



Details

Cost
A School students between 15 and 18 years of age (accompanied by a guardian), Pensioners (including Disability Pension), Seniors and/or unemployed $70
B Part time and Full time Graduate and Tertiary Students and GP/Nurse Registrars and Full Time Carers, Child Guardians $140
C Health Consumers, Health Advocates, Early Career Researchers $220
D Professionals, Academics and Health Practitioners $340
E Speakers and session chairs Free
Date 31 July - 1 August 2017
Time 9:00am - 4:30pm
Location Queensland Multicultural Centre
102 Main Street
Kangaroo Point QLD 4169
Delivery Method Forum / Conference
Catering Morning tea, lunch, & afternoon tea