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Keynote presentations:

Dr Sarah Hinde (Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care)

Using evidence and an equity lens in mental health policy to improve outcomes for Australians.


Professor Martin Knapp (London School of Economics) and Associate Professor Gloria Wong (University of Hong Kong)

Adulthood consequences of mental illness in the context of psychosocial and economic disadvantage in childhood.



Dr Gawain Heckley (University of Lund)

Can reforms to education improve health and reduce disadvantage?


Professor Maarten Lindeboom (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Monash University)

Traumatic experiences adversely affect life cycle labour outcomes of the next generation.


Dr Rachel Meacock (University of Manchester)

Does recruiting patients to prevention programmes via primary care reinforce existing inequalities in care provision?


Dr Luke Munford (University of Manchester)

Health, health care utilisation and inflexible job conditions.


Professor Matt Sutton (University of Manchester)

Sleep health, education and occupational success: Do subjective and objective sleep measures produce similar results?


Registration + enquiries: Shannon Stanwell (shannon.stanwell@monash.edu)

Cost: There is no cost. Registration is essential by 25 October for catering purposes. To regiter, please follow this link;



Support for this event from the Monash Business School, Monash University is gratefully acknowledged.

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