Past events

Find information about past ANU Health and Medicine events.

Australian cash and coins

6.30–7.30pm 23 July 2020

Tax tips in the year of COVID-19

Join presenter, ANU alumnus and Partner of The Firm, Graeme Brown, for a fun (yes fun!), interactive, easy to understand virtual event, to explore taxation tips, traps and ideas for making the most of your upcoming tax return preparation.

5pm 24 June 2020

Psychology Student Experience Webinar

Join us for a Student Experience webinar about what it is like to study Clinical Psychology and Professional Psychology at ANU.

Master of Clinical PsychologyMaster of Professional PsychologyResearch School of Psychology

5pm 10 June 2020

Public Health Student Experience Webinar

Join us for a Student Experience webinar about what it is like to study Public Health at ANU.

Master of Public HealthMaster of Philosophy in Applied EpidemiologyResearch School of Population Health

5pm 3 June 2020

Medical School Student Experience Webinar

Join us for a Student Experience webinar about what it is like to study at the ANU Medical School.

Doctor of PhilosophyMaster of PhilosophyDoctor of MedicineDoctor of Medicine and Surgery

1.30–2.30pm 29 May 2020

National Reconciliation Week - In this together

Join Professor Ian Anderson, Azure Hermes and Dr Virginia Marshall for the virtual 2020 ANU Reconciliation Week panel discussion.

A child holds a picture of a rainbow behind a window.

8pm 21 May 2020

Socioemotional tools for maintaining mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The ANU Research School of Psychology, along with the Black Dog Institute, offer a free webinar on maintaining mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19.

Research School of Psychology
Teddy bear, a slice of bread and ball next to keyboard.

11am 20 May 2020

Working from home with caring responsibilities

Join ANU expert Dr Liana Leach for a conversation about 'Working from Home with Caring Responsibilities'.

Research School of Population Health
Worried girl looks at her computer in bed.

8pm 14 May 2020

The impact of information (and misinformation) on mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic

How do we consume information? How can we manage misinformation? How does misinformation impact on our wellbeing and mental health?

Research School of Population HealthResearch School of Psychology

5.30–6.30pm 11 March 2020

Understanding the health and living conditions of the Sámi people of Sweden

Dr Axelsson’s insights into Sami culture will be of interest to anyone engaged with the challenges facing Indigenous people.

Research School of Population Health

7.30–9.30am 5 March 2020

Pathfinder: the journey to now

Join us for Pathfinder, a breakfast mentoring event featuring undergraduate and postgraduate panel discussions, where you will hear from our experienced alumni who were in your shoes not so long ago.

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