Wopler Wellbeiung Seminar, Julie McCrossin
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Julie McCrossin gets people talking

Julie McCrossinJulie is renowned across Australia for her warmth, humour, intelligence and commitment to social justice. After 20 years as a broadcaster with ABC Radio, ABC TV and Network 10, she is now a freelance journalist, trainer, speaker and facilitator – both in person and virtually as a webinar host.

Julie has built a reputation for getting people talking with a clear focus and achieving positive results. In the COVID-19 era, Julie facilitates many conversations via on-line events, podcasts & videos.

For more information, contact Julie now.

Remove The Mask Project 2022

27 July 2022: For World Head and Neck Cancer Day 2022 we talk to Prof Paul Keall, Director of the ACRF Image X Institute at the University of Sydney about the Remove The Mask Project. Paul is a Professor of Medical Physics.

Project led by Julie McCrossin AM

Media production by Daniel Taylor at Insight IT

Project hosted by :
St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney
The Kinghorn Cancer Centre
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney
Kindly supported by : Genesiscare

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VCCC Head and Neck Cancer Symposium 2021 – Intimacy and Sexual Health

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The VCCC Alliance is a powerful partnership between 10 leading research, academic and clinical institutions working together in Victoria to expedite and amplify leading-edge cancer research, knowledge and expertise to improve outcomes for people affected by cancer.

Julie was a presenter at the VCCC Head and Neck Cancer Symposium 2021 – Intimacy and Sexual Health, held on Tuesday 30 March 2021.

As this is such an important topic, Julie has decided to publish here a transcript of her presentation along with short videos in which cancer survivors tell their stories – including Julie herself.

Please click here to read and view the presentation.

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