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Thanks to all who presented at the 2019 #NDARCSeminar Series.

A number of videos are available to watch on our website including:
- Dr Fiona Shand from @blackoginst
- @AlisonRitter1 from @DrugPolicy_DPMP
- Prof Frederick Altice from Yale University

https://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/blog

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05.08.2019

Delving into SWS health figures: now and in the future

If you’re looking for quality, in-depth information about the health of South West Sydney’s population, look no further than the recently launched “South West Sydney: Our Health” document. The 183-page document is an in-depth study of the health of the SWS’s population, now and into the future, and was prepared by South Western Sydney Primary…

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28.07.2019

Dr Sonu Bhaskar: turning an idea into reality

Two-and-a-half years ago, Dr Sonu Bhaskar had an idea. Standing before him, however, were what many would describe as insurmountable challenges, one of which included a lack of resources. Faced with such challenges, most people would simply have shelved the idea and got on with life. But Dr Bhaskar is not like most people. His…

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14.06.2019

STARTTS Project Bantu Capoeira Angola – healing through music, song and movement

I just tell myself “I can do this” and I just do it. “I feel like I belong… I lost my family when I was young, so it’s a good feeling to belong to something… I am not lost.” “I actually like myself now, I used to hate ‘me’ before” But it wasn’t always this…

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