The 20th Annual Matthew Campbell Memorial Evening

WILDFIRE in conjunction with AVANT and MIPS present Indigenous Wellbeing: Solutions and Success, the 20th Annual Matthew Campbell Memorial Evening.

Twenty years ago, Matthew Campbell was a passionate medical student who already knew that advocacy was the key to bettering the health of Indigenous people.

This year we want YOU to continue his legacy on Friday the 2nd of May at South 1 Theatre and immerse yourself in a night full of inspiration, ideas and education. You will be treated to great food, live music from Benny Walker and, if confirming your attendance through TryBooking, will go into the running for one of six ACRRM Memberships and an Apple TV door prize!

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Our AWESOME speakers for night include...
An opening address from Dr Tim Spelman
Public Health specialist at the Burnet Institute and Matthew's co-organiser of the original event

Jacqueline Watkins
Head of Aboriginal Health at Western Health

Dr Robert Roseby
Head Paediatrician at Alice Springs Hospital and co-wrote Growing them Strong (part of the Intervention)

Bianca Graham
First Indigenous woman to complete the New York Marathon as part of the Australian Indigenous Marathon Project

Inala Cooper
Executive Officer of the Indigenous Advisory Council and member of the Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit at Monash University

All Monash students are invited to come along!
We can't wait to see you there!

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2nd of May 2014
6:00pm - 10:38pm
South 1 Lecture Theatre, Clayton