IRNet National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Showcase
UPDATE: Due to the spread of COVID-19 infections currently affecting several states and territories, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the event until 2022.
If you have already registered, you will be contacted to reconfirm your attendance when the new dates are announced.
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.
Day 1 concludes with a networking function that will provide attendees with an opportunity to come together, relax and re-connect.
Location: Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney or online via stream
For more information, please email: IRNet@sahmri.com
Abstract submissions have now closed.
If you have submitted your abstract, you should receive confirmation by the end of June.
For more information, please contact IRNet@sahmri.com
The black cockatoo feather
The Black Cockatoo feather symbolises connectedness, abundance and the rejuvenation of energy and spirit A familiar and well-loved bird, the Black Cockatoo is found across Australia often hailing the onset of rain.
Illustrated by Wiradjuri man, Paul Gilsenan.