Thursday 05 November 05:30pm
The inherently dangerous goldfields childhood experience, told from the children's perspective
Tuesday 10 November 05:00pm
What has COVID-19 taught us about the role that denial plays in our lives and how can we make use of this knowledge to address future challenges? How can we use this knowledge to have a better response to contain the global viral spread of the coronavirus?
Wednesday 11 November 05:30pm
A La Trobe Asia online event
Thursday 12 November 06:00pm
A panel discussion exploring the relationship between death, memory and material culture in association with the La Trobe Art Institute exhibition One foot on the ground, one foot in the water
Friday 13 November 02:00pm
Private Lives 3 is the latest in a 14-year series of national surveys of the health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Australians
Thursday 19 November 06:00pm
La Trobe University’s Marc Trabsky explores the history of the death mask in art, law and medicine
Tuesday 24 November 04:00pm
Award-winning actor Magda Szubanski AO will discuss the negative impact of social media on mental health, achieving positive social change even during a COVID lockdown, and her work with Phoenix Australia to create a program which provides best practice PTSD skills for disaster impacted communities.
Wednesday 25 November 12:00pm
In this seminar, Associate Professor Terry Ellis will discuss how mHealth can be used to deliver healthcare in the home.
Thursday 26 November 06:00pm
Join the artist for an online screening of his film followed by Q & A.
Thursday 26 November 10:00am
Learn how the simple act of drawing can enhance the healthcare experience for all
Wednesday 02 December 05:00pm
In this seminar, the positive impact of gratitude on mental and physical wellbeing will be explored.
Thursday 03 December 06:00pm
Discuss perceptions of morality with artist Catherine Bell
Wednesday 16 December 04:00pm
You are invited to this public research seminar, livestreamed on Zoom Webinar, by Dr Jamie Hakim (University of East Anglia), as part of the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) Research and Practice Seminar Series.