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Published: Thursday 2nd April 2015
Professor Sandra Jones and The Centre for Health and Social Research (CHaSR) within the Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research invite you to a series of Lunchtime Research Seminars in Melbourne.
Can we fix it? Yes, we could
Date and time: Thursday 30 April 2015 at 12pm (for a 12.30pm start) (please note change of date. Previous date was 16 April 2015)
Venue: Australian Catholic University, Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research, Level 5, Meeting Room 1, 215 Spring Street, Melbourne (corner of Lonsdale Street, above Parliament Train Station)
Presenter: Professor Sandra Jones of CHaSR, ACU
About the session
Professor Sandra Jones of the Centre for Health and Social Research will present the influences on, and effects of, alcohol consumption.
The presentation will examine some of the key drivers of, and (potential) solutions to, the negative health and social outcomes associated with harmful levels of alcohol consumption.
Dr Lynda Berends will follow the presentation with brief information for students interested in undertaking study with CHaSR (undergraduate student placement, Honours, or HDR).
For further information about the session, including video conferencing options for staff not based in Melbourne, please view the flyer.
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