VicTas Branch AGM - “The need for accessible family planning” | Sustainable Population Australia

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VicTas Branch AGM - “The need for accessible family planning”

Sustainable Population Australia

(Victorian and Tasmanian branch)
Annual General Meeting

 

Saturday October 5th 2019 at 2.00 pm

Hawthorn Library meeting rooms 3-4, 584 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122

NOMINATIONS for COMMITTEE POSITIONS:

Financial members of SPA may nominate for any committee position, President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary or committee member

To nominate, please email before 27th September to victas@population.org.au

or write to: RETURNING OFFICER, SUSTAINABLE POPULATION AUSTRALIA, Victorian and Tasmanian branch, P.O.BOX  556 Hawthorn 3122 to arrive before Friday September 27th

 

Following formal proceedings, our guest speaker will be S.P.A. member:

Dr. Graeme Dennerstein on the topic

“The need for accessible family planning”

 

Dr. Graeme Dennerstein, a member of SPA for almost 10 years graduated in medicine in 1961 from the University of Melbourne, qualified as a specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist in 1968 and continues to work in this specialty. He has researched and published on many aspects of his specialty.  His interest in family planning started shortly after he qualified as a specialist with his appointment as the foundation Director of Victoria’s second teaching hospital family planning clinic (Footscray Hospital). Other appointments included medical secretary of Family Planning Victoria. Graeme completed service in the Royal Australian Air Force Reserve Medical Branch as the Consultant Gynaecologist to the Director-General of Air Force Health Service. Holding a pilot licence has enabled him to provide a specialist outreach service for rural hospitals and work in aviation medicine.

Last year he donated his services as a pilot to SPA when he flew photographer Tanya Fry over Melbourne producing some spectacular images of Melbourne’s ever widening spread (images can be seen on the SPA website www.population.org.au).

 

Look forward to seeing you there!

Free parking is available near the venue.

Please join us for afternoon tea following the seminar!

 

 

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