Public lecture: How can we put the consumer back in the centre of health care?

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Friday 2 September 2016

The Honourable Nicola Roxon, Adjunct Professor from the College of Law & Justice will deliver this lecture titled 'Thinking beyond the system - how can we put the consumer back in the centre of health care?'.

The lecture is part of the College of Health & Biomedicine Dean's Lecture series.

After the lecture, we invite you to join us for lunch in K Building, Level 6 Conference Room at Footscray Park Campus.

About the speaker

First elected to the federal seat of Gellibrand in 1998, Nicola Roxon was a senior cabinet minister and held the complex portfolio of Minister for Health and Ageing for four years.

She oversaw major reforms to the public hospital, primary care and preventative health systems.

Nicola became Australia’s first female Attorney-General in 2011. As the nation’s First Law Officer she oversaw all Commonwealth laws, counter terrorism measures and ASIO, and later gained the added responsibility of Minister for Emergency Management.

RSVP attendance

Please RSVP to Su Brand by Friday 26 August 2016.

About the Dean's lecture series

The seminar series, which is free and open to the public, is hosted by the Dean of the College of Health & Biomedicine, Professor Greg Blatch.

The Dean’s lecture series covers:

  • research
  • teaching and learning
  • clinical teaching
  • external engagement.

Highly regarded topic-area experts present to the College, wider university community and external partners.

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Lecture: 10am - 11.30am.

Lunch afterwards.

Get in touch

Su Brand
College of Health & Biomedicine