How will health policy and delivery change after the election?
What health measures are the major parties promising to deliver?
Who might be the new Minister for Health, and what might they want for health policy?
How might a hung Parliament affect health measures?
How can CHF and consumers influence the new Government and Minister?
Join CHF, health and policy experts, and consumers as we analyse the Liberal National Party and Labor Party's health policy platforms and answer your questions.
For more information about the CHF's Election positions for 2022 and how to be involved, read the Election Platform and download the Information pack and Key Messages or visit our Election Platform 2022 webpage.
Jennifer Doggett is a Fellow of the Centre for Policy Development and a consultant working in the health sector for a number of professional, industry and consumer groups. She is an editor at Croakey Health Media and reports for the Croakey Conference News Service.
Professor Anna Peeters
Anna Peeters is Professor of Epidemiology and Equity in Public Health and Director of the Institute for Health Transformation at Deakin University. She was awarded the prestigious World Obesity Federation Andre Mayer Award (2014) and a Churchill Award for improving the equity of population prevention initiatives (2014). Anna is the lead investigator for the NHMRC CRE in food retail environments for health (RE-FRESH). She also sits on a number of national and international policy and research advisory groups, including for the World Cancer Research Fund. Anna speaks regularly to the media and publishes in The Conversation.
Dr Saba Nabi
Dr Saba Nabi has a Doctorate in Biomedical Sciences. Now a mother of young children and based in Wagga Wagga, Saba has engaged with her local community and received recognition for her efforts, both regionally and nationally. She has been a member of Regional Advisory Council (RAC) member with Multicultural NSW, AFL Multicultural Community Ambassador, Riverina Board member at NSW PandC Federation, Australia Day committee member, consumer representative on Health Boards, Riverina Councillor on NSW PandC, and Publicity Officer at CWA Wagga Day Branch.
Consumers Health Forum, Chief Executive Officer, Leanne Wells has held executive positions in federal government and non-government organisations and has previously served as CEO of national peak and local service delivery organisations in the primary care sector. She is a health advocate and service executive with over thirty years’ experience in health and social policy, program, and service development
Harry is an experienced disability advocate, co-design and lived-experience engagement consultant, mental health ambassador, speaker, and health strategist. He is also a young person living with complex chronic illness and disability, and the recipient of two liver transplants
Josephine Root, Policy Director, Consumers Health Forum
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