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Narrbang: Indigenous Health Research Student Network – Resilience and self-care: Come for a spring clean!

Narrbang is a Wiradjuri word meaning a net bag used to fish with, or dillybag. It reminds us that we need to gather and carry many tools with us in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research.

The Narrabang Indigenous Health Research Student Network is a monthly catch up for research students and Early Career Researchers working within the field of Aboriginal Health (CAG)

To register please contact Dr Megan Williams at megan.williams@uts.edu.au or 0400073358

Presenter/s details

Dr Megan Williams
Qualification/s  PHD
Position/s Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Health

Location

Room 10A, Level 04 
UTS Building 07

Event details

Numbers: 40
Cost: Free
RSVP: megan.williams@uts.edu.au