Thrive Symposium - Education Health and Wellbeing

A symposium shining a light on teacher health and wellbeing.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided

RSVP by Friday 4 November 2022


10 November 2022

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Hosted by our School of Education at ACU Blacktown campus you are invited to a symposium shining a light on teacher health and wellbeing.

Keynote presentation by Dr James Muecke, 2020 Australian of the Year.

Join Dr Muecke and a diverse range of presentations from teachers, researchers, and health professionals as they explore best practice and research in how to impact our populations
declining health and wellbeing.

Thrive Symposium - Education Health and Wellbeing

In the years of the COVID-19 pandemic, what were once cracks in professionals health and wellbeing, became gaping wounds that are now impossible to ignore. Teachers are leaving the profession, and citing stress and workload as major factors in their decision to leave. Urgent systemic responses to this crisis are being developed by politicians, tertiary institutions and schools themselves.  There is a need in this response to join with professionals in the health sector and take this as an opportunity to discover what is actually required to make the difference. If we are to have any impact on the future generations in regard to health and wellbeing, then we need to have an impact on our own health and wellbeing.

This conference will be an interprofessional exploration of the current field of research and practice in teachers and  health and wellbeing, as well as providing a platform to declare strategies for how we create transformational change in the Australian populations physical and mental health.

Our aim with this symposium is to develop new partnerships in research and practice in health and wellbeing for teachers, educators and those dedicated to making a difference to our nations long term future.


Registration is free and essential as places are limited.

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