Agenda setting workshop: Multiple Perspectives Discussion Paper

National agenda-setting workshop: Driving better health outcomes for multiple-birth families

Following on from the release of a world-first, international discussion paper earlier in 2019 in which the AMBA Chairperson, Ashlee Tenberge, was an author, AMBA is excited to again be partnering with Twins Research Australia to deliver an inaugural workshop to develop national priorities and next steps following the release of the paper, Multiple perspectives: What support do multiple-birth families need to live happy and healthy lives?

Who should attend?

Health professionals, researchers, educators, government agencies, NFP and community organisations.

  • Individuals with an interest in multiple birth who have the time and passion to commit to action

  • Individuals who are content “experts” to help move these discussions beyond the workshop into a plan of action

  • This is not a funded project, so everyone needs to contribute

  • We are especially seeking health professionals and government representatives or people experienced in lobbying the government for change

When

5 December 2019

9:00am - 4:30pm

Where

Twins Research Australia, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne, 207 Bouverie Street, Carlton

Cost

Free event! Lunch will be provided.

Program and registration

Download the full program.

Workshop cover 2019.12

 

Reference documents

Download the discussion paper: Multiple Perspectives Discussion Paper 2019.05