ARM Network Launch

ARM Network is dedicated to facilitating the deployment of qualified Australian field epidemiologists and other public health specialists in the event of global, regional, and cross-jurisdictional infectious diseases emergencies.

Speakers include:
ARM Co-Directors, Dr Tony Stewart, Associate Professor Martyn Kirk and Professor Raina MacIntyre, representatives of RedR and other agencies, and specialists who have been previously deployed to international public health emergencies. Come along and join the discussion about the future direction of ARM and Australia’s public health response capacity during outbreaks and emergencies.

ARM Network:
ARM Network was formed by group of alumni of the ANU Master of Applied Epidemiology Program, Australia’s only field epidemiology training program. ARM is a focal point for identifying, screening and referring skilled field epidemiologists and other public health professionals for deployment through established mechanisms to respond to global, regional or cross-jurisdictional infectious diseases emergencies. The foundation partner institutions tap into their networks of infectious diseases expertise for deployment, but others with relevant skills can also join ARM.

*Drinks will follow the speakers at 5pm

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Date & Time

Monday, 16 June, 2014
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM AEST


AMREP Seminar Room, Alfred Medical Research Education Precinct
75 Commercial Road

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RSVP 6 June 2014 Register online

Contact Details

For more information about this event, please contact:

Paul Rathbone

Chief of Staff