First 2000 Days - Early childhood health
|When||Tuesday 17 August 2021 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm|
The Sydney Institute for Women, Children and their Families is proud to present a series of educational webinars relating to the first 2000 days.
Join us for the third webinar in this education series focused on early childhood health. We are welcoming speakers Associate Professor Sue Woolfenden and Dr Natalie Ong to this event.
Associate Professor Sue Woolfenden
Associate Professor Sue Woolfenden is a senior staff specialist in the Department of Community Child Health at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network. She is a NHMRC Senior Research Fellow with the University of New South Wales School of Women’s and Children’s Health.
She is involved in the South West Sydney Best Start initiative, co–leads the Population Child Health Group at UNSW and is deputy director of the Early Life of Determinants Health CAG of SPHERE. In her clinical, service development and research roles she aims to address child health and health care inequities in Australia and globally, particularly for children at risk of/with neurodevelopmental problems. Sue has 100 peer reviewed publications. Sue was the co-chair a Royal Australasian College of Physicians working group for the Inequities in Child Health Position statement.