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Conference Calendar

Following is a listing of upcoming local, national and international conferences relevant to the sector. Please note that this page is updated as notifications of conferences are received by SiREN. If there is a conference that you would like SiREN to include in this list please contact us at siren@curtin.edu.au.

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Date Conference Location Summary

18th February, 2020

Gender and Sexuality at Work Melbourne, Australia

This multidisciplinary research and engagement conference will bring together experts from academia and Australian workplaces to participate in a debate about gender and sexuality at work. 

4th March, 2020

STI and BBV Quarterly Forum East Perth, Australia

This forum will provide updates and presentations in the areas of sexual health, sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses, along with professional development and networking opportunities.

13-15 May, 2020

Preventive Health Conference Perth, Australia

This year, the conference is themed 'CAN DO PREVENTION: effective action in a volatile world. This draws on current developments in preventive health in Australia and beyond, while reflecting on the challenges of the Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguous (VUCA) nature of the world we live in.

26-29th May, 2020

The 10th Asia Pacific Conference Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights.  Siem Reap, Cambodia

This biennial conference will focus on '2030 SDG vision and 2020 realities'. 

4-5 June, 2020

LGBTIQ Women's Health Conference 2020 Sydney, Australia

The annual conference aims to focus on the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ women, and will focus on the theme of 'Healthy Communities, Healthy Cities'. Abstracts close January 27.

27-29th July, 2020

2020 National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference Sydney, Australia

The 12th Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference will explore the great strive in Indigenous communities of closing the gap in Indigenous health and well-being through hardworking partnerships with NGOs, government departments and community-controlled organisations.

27-29th July, 2020

12th Indigenous Men's Wellbeing Conference Sydney, Australia

The 12th International Indigenous Men`s Health Conference is the only conference that has been continuously running since the establishment of the Indigenous Men`s Health concept and is the largest gathering of delegates from all sectors outside of Indigenous national associations. The conference is held biannually and over the past ten years has attracted thousands of attendees bringing together representatives from all states and territories governments, First Nations medical services and mainstream health sectors, community-controlled organisations, First Nations communities, allied health professionals and non-government organisations, researchers and interested individuals. The conference is hosted by Indigenous Conference Services (Australia) with great line up of First Nations speakers not only from all around Australia, but also from New Zealand and United States of America. This year's conference is a prelude to the 2022 First Nations Health Conference to be held in Hawaii USA.

27-29th July, 2020

12th International Indigenous Women's Wellbeing Conference  Sydney, Australia

The 12th International Indigenous Women`s Health Conference is the only conference that has been continuously running since the establishment of the Indigenous Women`s Health concept and is the largest gathering of delegates from all sectors outside of Indigenous national associations. The event is based upon the principal belief that Indigenous health must be approached from a holistic view, which encompasses body, mind and spirit; thus, leading to the fundamental rights of self-determination. The conference recognises that treating our health must be done by treating the whole person, through mind, body, soul and culture. No matter what your culture is.

16-18th August, 2020

12th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference.  Brisbane, Australia

Information yet to be released. Coming soon, stay tuned!