The SOHH conference is a tri-university event, which brings together students from HOPE4HEALTH (Griffith University), TROHPIQ and T.I.M.E (University of Queensland), Bushfire and M.A.D (Bond University) to hear of the experiences of prominent health figures in positive indigenous and international health initiatives.
The aim of our conference is to supplement the education of health students in southeast Queensland by providing an outlet for knowledge of both international and Indigenous health issues and positive interventions. We aim to inspire students to follow the footsteps of our speakers who have worked both overseas and locally to improve health outcomes in areas of poverty or where healthcare is suboptimal. We also aim to highlight the realities of medicine outside our tertiary hospital districts and for our attendees to gain a broader perspective on social and political issues that directly affect the health of a community.
This year, the SOHH is being held across the first two Saturdays of August at Griffith University Health Centre (G40). The event features prominent speakers with extensive experience working in Indigenous and international health communities, and break out sessions where students will be able to further develop their clinical skills.
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