4th May 2015
“Not waving, drowning: the future of global health and what you can do about it”.
Dr Lloyd Nash is a specialist General & Acute Care physician and leading global health practitioner who believes in building systems for better health. His clinical work is focused on indigenous health in the remote Kimberley and pacific island health in Vanuatu as part of the Australian Aid program. He is Co-founder & Chair of Global Ideas, taking a design approach to solving global health challenges.
Lloyd holds appointments as Clinical Fellow at the University of Melbourne and Royal Melbourne Hospital and International Partnerships and Programs Coordinator at Project Everest. He is a former Director of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. As a Fellow of Leadership Victoria’s Williamson Community Leadership Program and recipient of the ADC Forum Australian Leadership Award, Lloyd has been recognised as a next-generation Australian leader.
In our increasingly interconnected world, where diseases don’t recognise state boundaries, health is increasingly a global commodity. New diseases emerge and old ones affect us un different ways. More money than ever is being spent on achieving health for all. Are we winning? Come find out, Monday May 4th at members drinks!
Dr Lloyd Nash MBBS, MPH, DRANZGOG, FRACP, Chair & Co-Founder of Global Forum.
Venue: Bar Lourinha
37 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
4th May 2015, 5:15pm - 7:00pm
Ticket Price includes GST
Bookings Close: 1st May 2015