All welcome at topical talk on World Cancer Day
Published on 31 Jan, 2013Media Contact: To arrange interview please contact Prof Sonj Hall 0427613 587 or
For Immediate Release
All interested people are welcome at a very topical research seminar scheduled for World Cancer Day next Monday...
The FREE seminar on Cancer care and the factors that affect care from an Australian and international perspective will be held from 1pm-3pm on February 4.
Professor Sonj Hall will present from CQUniversity Rockhampton (building 33/G.14) and the seminar can also be viewed via videoconference throughout the University's network of campuses.
Viewing venues and details are available via Anne Munns ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) who is also collecting RSVPs.
This event is hosted by CQUniversity's Office of Indigenous Engagement and will include a welcome by Professor Bronwyn Fredericks, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) and BMA Chair in Indigenous Engagement.
In her presentation, Professor Hall will explore the evidence of cancer care and the factors that affect that care from an Australian and International perspective, including the care of Indigenous peoples. She will also delve into cancer survival and hope for the future.
Professor Hall has had a career spanning leadership positions across the government, healthcare and academic sectors and has provided stewardship for strategic health policy development at the state and national level. Her research focuses on cancer care research and disparities in diagnosis, treatment services and life expectancy.