Deakin University and the City of Greater Geelong invite you to the second lecture in the Clever and Creative Lecture Series for 2019: Good Health by Design
A transdisciplinary design culture has the potential to improve outcomes across the globe, optimising responses to growing health challenges such as ageing populations, inactivity and poor diets.
At this lecture, Deakin is also launching disruptr, a research-centred communications platform, and a new podcast series ‘Change One Thing’. Inspired by Deakin’s breadth of expertise, disruptr encourages conversation by highlighting the impact of Deakin’s research and the potential it holds for the future.
Ms Sheree Proposch
Principal Health Architect, Hassell Studio
Sheree Proposch was a key designer of the $1 billion Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. Sheree holds qualifications in architecture and business and focuses on social infrastructure projects. She is particularly interested in functionally complex facilities. Sheree believes it is essential to fully understand a client’s business in order to design buildings and spaces that are high performing, and to create an elegant design solution that transcends the brief and improves community amenity.
Professor Anna Peeters
Director, Deakin University Institute for Health Transformation
Anna Peeters is Professor of Epidemiology and Equity in Public Health and the Director of the Institute for Health Transformation at Deakin University. She is particularly interested in the provision of information to facilitate objective and equitable choices in public health by policy makers, practitioners and the public. Anna is past President of the Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society (2011-2014), and in 2014 she was awarded the World Obesity Federation Andre Mayer Award for research excellence in obesity and a Churchill Award for innovative work in equity and population prevention.
WEDNESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER
5.30pm – 7pm
School of Architecture and Built Environment Gallery
Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong