Upcoming 2018 Events
Southgate will host a Special Event presented by Aaron Jarden on Tuesday 3 July at 3:30 p.m. in room 1.08, Health Science Building. Further details will be available in due course.
Transnational Corporations and Health presented by Sharon Friel, Director and Professor of Health Equity, School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at 5:00 pm on Tuesday 10 July in Flinders, Victoria Square.
CRE Policy Symposium
The CRE Policy Symposium in 2018 is scheduled to be held in Canberra on 29 November. Further details will be available in due course.
Recently Held Events
Monday 11 December 2017,
Katina D'Onise, Director, Prevention and Population Health Branch, South Australian Department for Health and Ageing
Katina Presented on"Prevention and Population Health – Directions and Opportunities." Slides available Katina D'Onise slides (PPTX 3MB)
Health Science Lecture Theatre Please click Katina D''Onise (PDF 113KB) for full details
14 November 2017
Southgate Institute held a Theory Club on Tuesday 14 November 2017 titled 'Exploring Trust in a Fake News, Post-Fact World' chaired by Professor Colin MacDougall. Guest presenters were Professor Paul Ward, A/Professor David Hunter and Dr Toni Delany-Crowe.
For Professor Paul Ward's presentation titled 'Trust the lies, not the 'Truth' , please click here (PPTX 4MB) .
For A/Prof David Hunter's presentation titled 'Research Ethics Regulation as a Communicative Transaction of Trust, please click here (PPT 2MB) .
If you have any queries, please contact Toby Freeman
26 October 2017
"How we are harming refugees. But why?"
Julian Burnside AO QC was the guest Orator at this year's 9th Oration held on Thursday 26th October 2017 12.30 - 1.30 Lecture Theatre 1.01 Health Sciences Lecture Theatre Complex Flinders University Bedford Park Campus.
21 September 2017
CRE Policy Symposium
'De-Industrialisation: Employment, Health and Equity Impacts for People and Communities'
The NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence recently held a policy symposium titled 'De-industrialisation: Employment, Health and Equity Impacts for People and Communities.'
Should you have any queries, please contact Moira Mathieson.
21 August 2017
Report Launch: 'Belonging begins at home: refugee and asylum seeker housing, social inclusion and health wellbeing"
The launch of the 'Belonging begins at home' research study was held on Thursday 17 August. Please click here (PDF 1MB) for a copy of the powerpoint presentation by A/Prof Anna Ziersch and Dr Clemence Due. A copy of the report is available here (PDF 4MB) . If you wish to receive a hard copy of the report, please email Southgate Institute.
Here is the link for the recording of this event.
If you have any queries, please email Anna Ziersch.
10 and 11 April 2017
Sir Michael Marmot visited Flinders University in April where he held a special lecture on Monday 10 April, at Flinders Medical Centre on health inequities and the causes of poor health, based on his research and international reviews of the social gradient in health and inequities arising from the conditions in which people are born, live, work and age. A recording of this special lecture is available here.
He was also the Keynote Address at the symposium titled Policies for Health Equity held on Tuesday 11 April 2017 at Flinders in the City. A recording of this symposium is available here.
A PowerPoint Presentation for the day is available here (PDF 4MB)
Sir Michae Marmot's PowerPoint Presentation is available here (PDF 3MB)
For further information, please contact Helen van Eyk.
21 March 2017
Professor Ron Labonte was the guest speaker at a special seminar titled 'Supply vs Demand? The Political Economy of Trade, Tobacco Farming and Tobacco Control in Sub-Saharan Africa' held on Tuesday 21 March at Flinders in the City.
This event was recorded and here is the link: http://video.flinders.edu.au/events/Southgate_Policy_Club_2017.cfm