Are you a student interested in rural and remote Aboriginal Community Health? Tune in with our guest speaker Dr Hung The Nguyen in a Q&A student engagement session on Tuesday 24 November at 5pm.
Dr Hung has a long term commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Multicultural Health. Medical and cultural education is his number one passion.
In conjunction with VACCHO and RWAV, Dr Hung will be discussing his professional health journey and providing insights into his extensive work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Dr Hung has worked extensively as a GP and Medical and Cultural Educator in urban, rural and remote Aboriginal community health services throughout the Northern Territory and Victoria. He currently works as a GP at Bunurong Health Service, Dandenong, Victoria – an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service where he is a GP Supervisor for Eastern Victoria General Practice Training. He was the Inaugural Censor for RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health for 9 years and Director of Medical and Cultural Education for the Northern Territory General Practice Education for 5 years where he oversaw GP education for the Territory.Register Here