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Breaking Down the Issues for First Nations People

27 September 2021

Join us live this Thursday, Sep 30 at 10:00 am as Charles Sturt University brings together an expert panel to break down the issues for First Nations People.

As well as being vulnerable to the effects of Covid 19, First Nations people are dealing with the impact on mental health. As a whole, First Nations people already experience high rates of depression, anxiety and youth suicide.
This public forum will bring together health experts and draw on the expertise of Charles Sturt University to answer your questions about mental health.

Please join Professor Stan Grant Jr and expert panel members in a one-hour public forum where we will answer your questions about COVID and the mental health impacts to Australia’s First Nations People.

The panel will consist of Professor Stan Grant, Professor Juanita Sherwood, Dr Neil Philips, Fiona Cornforth, Professor Pat Dudgeon and Associate Professor Faye McMillan.

For more information: https://about.csu.edu.au/community/events/upcoming/online/explorations-series-yindyamarra-talks-covid-19-mental-health-matters

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