National Talkblack 220920

National Talkblack 220920

We had:

Professor Karin Leder, Head of Infectious Disease Epidemiology Unit at the School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine discussing an upcoming study to look at the long term effects of COVID-19 on our front line healthcare workers.

Rob Pyne talking about how he is calling for the replacement of inappropriate and racist place names throughout Australia. He believes it’s time for a change in the name of Blackfellows Creek in Edmonton and should be part of a wider revisiting of place names throughout Australia.

Marissa Sandler, CEO and Co-Founder of Careseekers discussing how a recently conducted survey revealed that more than two out of three independent aged care and disability support workers are experiencing greater stress during COVID-19.

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