Dr James Irvine presents, ‘The role of public health in uranium impact assessment and monitoring: A wholistic approach in northern Canada’, on Monday 13 March from 12pm to 1pm.
Dr Irvine will discuss his work (through his role as a Medical Health Officer or public health physician) in the area of environmental health assessment as well as monitoring in uranium mining developments in northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
A Medical Health Officer (public health physician) with three northern remote, predominately Aboriginal health regions in northern Saskatchewan, Canada, Dr Irvine is a professor with the Northern Medical Services Unit of the Department of Family Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.
This presentation takes place in the Menzies Seminar Room, John Mathews Building, Royal Darwin Hospital campus.
For further details contact Tracey Burke on 08 8922 7833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.