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Renowned public health advocate to appear at VHA's annual conference

Posted 20 September 2019

Globally renowned public health advocate, Dr Sandro Demaio, will appear at the 2019 VHA Annual Conference: The future of health an imperative for change.

Recently appointed as the CEO of VicHealth, Dr Demaio has a strong commitment to tackling chronic disease and improving health and wellbeing. From working at the Alfred to being stationed within the Department of Nutrition for Health and Development at the global headquarters of the World Health Organization, Dr Demaio is focused on achieving better global health systems.

Dr Demaio, who co-hosts ABC TV's Ask the Doctor, will speak on the power of prevention on 4 October. 

The VHA Annual Conference will be held on 3 and 4 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

VHA members receive a complimentary registration to the annual conference upon renewing membership for 2019-20. A code to access the complimentary registration will be supplied to members once they have renewed.

To register click here.


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