[ASC-list] SA public lectures in health by John McKinlay 16/17 Feb

John.M.Smith at csiro.au John.M.Smith at csiro.au
Thu Jan 22 01:37:44 UTC 2009

These might interest ASC members in Adelaide. I suspect the PDF is a bit large to send to the list and does not appear on the centre's website so I'm happy to forward to anyone on the ASC list or contact Anne direct.

John Smith
Communication Manager
Food Science Australia
A joint venture of CSIRO and the Victorian Government
T: +61 8 8303 8857

-----Original Message-----

Dear all

Please be informed that we are hosting John B McKinlay PhD, Senior Vice
President and Chief Scientist at the New England Research Institutes in
February.  He will give two public lectures - details in the attached flyer.

Please find attached the electronic flyer (2 pages) inviting you to two
public lectures by John McKinlay in February (16 / 17):

Event 1: Is There a Male Andropause: The Medicalisation of Normal Ageing on
16 Feb at 4:00pm, followed by a public discussion about a national men's
health policy.

Event 2: Race / Ethnic Disparities in Disease Rates - the Fallacy of
Misplace Concreteness on 17 February at 3:30pm
John is a very engaging and entertaining speaker.

Please feel free to circulate this flyer among your network.


Anne Hayes
Chief Executive Officer
Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health
PO Box 498
The University of Adelaide, AUSTRALIA 5005
Ph    : +61 8 8313 0349
Fax   : +61 8 8313 0355
e-mail: anne.hayes at adelaide.edu.au

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