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'Health Matters' events'Health Matters' events  

The “Health Matters” series aims to engage with the public via educational talks and inspire them to take action towards better health.

For more information, email events@baker.edu.au

Past talks

Wellness: health, happiness or hype. Is there science behind wellness?
Held in Melbourne on Thursday 11 May 2017

Join our panel of experts in medicine, nutrition, media, health and fitness for a wide-ranging discussion that cuts through the hype and helps crack the code on how to start and sustain lifestyle change. Learn practical tips and hear about evidence-based wellness initiatives from the new ‘Baker IDI Wellness Plan’ that can help you achieve a long and healthy life.

Hosted by Brigid O’Connell, Health Reporter for the Herald Sun

Panel
Olly Bridge, Head of Corporate Health and Wellbeing, Medibank
Alla Wolf-Tasker AM, Culinary Director, Lake House Daylesford Hotel, Restaurant and Spa
Rebecca Stiegler, Accredited Practising Dietitian, Education Services Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
Professor Tom Marwick, Cardiologist and Director, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

An audio recording of the discussion will be made available soon. Please email events@baker.edu.auif you would like to be notified about the audio recording.


What is my risk of a heart attack?
Held in Melbourne on Tuesday 17 May 2016.

Low Carb & Gluten Free Diets: marketing con or addressing an emerging health epidemic?
Held in Melbourne on Monday 25 July 2016.
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Heart Attack: Prevent. Recognise. Survive. 
Held in Melbourne on Thursday 22 September 2016.
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Eat, Move, Monitor: diabetes prevention and management
Held in Melbourne on Tuesday 29 November 2016.
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