Upcoming Events

November

Community Priorities for a Comprehensive Cancer Centre in WA - Online Community Conversation (Online)

3 November 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Online
Do you want to improve the experience and outcomes for cancer patients in WA? This is your opportunity to help shape the vision and road map to do that. A Comprehensive Cancer Centre is a transformative opportunity for West Australians living with cancer. It will bring together world-class multi-disciplinary care, innovative research and clinical trials for the WA community in a purpose-built iconic 21st century facility, located at the QEII Medical Centre campus in Nedlands. The Centre will deliver a holistic approach to cancer care including outreach to WA's rural and remote communities and most vulnerable groups. Please join us for a conversation about consumer and community priorities for a Comprehensive Cancer Centre in WA.

Creating a World-Class Comprehensive Dementia Centre - Community Conversation

10 November 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Rise - Maylands (Function Suite front)
Would you like to shape the diagnosis, treatment, care and research? Your lived experience is needed to help shape the future of a National Comprehensive Dementia Centre (NCDC) and Network. WA has the opportunity to provide information, ideas and priorities from those with a lived experience of Dementia to assist building a centre that combines world-leading dementia diagnosis, treatment, care and research in one place! Please register for our Community Conversation where you can share your thoughts and ideas.

Transportation needs of people with disabilities - Community Conversation

20 November 2021 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Curtin University Building 500 – Chemistry Precinct Seminar room (ground floor)
Researchers at Curtin University are seeking a mixture of children (12+) with disabilities, their siblings (12+), their parents, their therapists and adults with disabilities to attend a community conversation about priorities for research about transportation of children with disabilities.