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Dr Janet Hammill AM, PhD, MTH, RN

- Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder as an Indigenous Human Rights Issue

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    Wed. 17 Oct 2018
    10:00 am – 11:00 am
    AEST (QLD time)

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For Indigenous Australians the developmental origins of health and disease provides an evidence-based perspective to unravel the historical reality of foetal programming well beyond the social determinants of health. Can the tragic reality of historical events be implicated as constituting biological genocide?

Presented by Dr Janet Hammill AM, PhD, MTH, RN, Honorary Research Fellow - University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research

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