The Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW, held its ONLINE Annual Forum via Microsoft Teams Live on Tuesday 30 August 2022 from 9.00 am to 11.30 am.

The CPHCE Annual Forum is an opportunity for friends and colleagues to catch up with CPHCE’s research, provide input into our future directions, and network with primary health care professionals from all over the Greater Sydney area.

This year’s theme is Refugee and Immigrant Health.  At the first session of the Forum, Prof Mark Harris opened the Forum by presenting yearly review of CPHCE.   The Ian Webster “Health for All” Oration was co-presented by Dr Mitchell Smith, Director, NSW Refugee Health Service, SWSLHD and Ms Sundus Yousif, a SWSLHD Bi-Lingual Community Educator.

A/Prof Fiona Haigh was the facilitator for the second session of the Forum.  Dr. Esther Alloun from CPHCE presented ‘Refugee place-making in high-income resettlement countries: what contributes to health and wellbeing?’ Prof Mark Harris and Sabuj Kanti Mistry from CPHCE also co-presented ‘Optimise -links to navigation roles’.

Panel member discussion was participated with Dr Mitchell Smith; Sundus Yousif; Lisa Woodland, the Director of South-Eastern Sydney Local Health District and Vesna Dragoje from Health Care Interpreter Service at Sydney Local Health District.

At last, four CPHCE Awards was announced by Professor Mark Harris.

You can download the PowerPoint slides of the presentations here:

Please visit this link for the recording of the CPHCE Annual Forum 2022 on 30th August.