It is no exaggeration to say that the world has been through a lot in the last few years – from a global pandemic to the ever-increasing presence of climate change – as a result people of all ages may be experiencing thoughts and behaviours at this time that are intense, confusing and stressful. But how do disruptive events, like pandemics and natural disasters affect the health of children and adolescents? And what does the future look like for our children?
Join our panel of experts as they discuss the role that environmental factors, climate change and pandemics have in affecting a child’s mental health and wellbeing, provide insights into the extent of the problem and discuss opportunities for change.
$20 (includes drinks and canapes served pre- and post- lecture).

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