8-11 November 2020 | The Adelaide Convention Centre | Adelaide, Australia
As keynote speakers are announced, their details will be added below.
Associate Professor Emma Wyeth
Associate Professor - Māori Health & Director - Ngāi Tahu Māori Health Research Unit, University of Otago
Emma Wyeth is Ngāi Tahu, Te Ātiawa, Ngāti Tama and Ngāti Mutunga and has lived her entire life within her own Ngāi Tahu tribal communities in Southern New Zealand. She is an Associate Professor in Māori Health and the Director of the Ngāi Tahu Māori Health Research Unit at the University of Otago. For over ten years, the majority of Emma's research has focused on Māori injury outcomes and experiences. She is currently the Principal investigator of the “POIS-10 Māori: Outcomes and experiences in the decade following injury” study, a longitudinal study of injured Māori which aims to understand and improve long-term outcomes and experiences for injured Māori and their whānau (family).
Professor Fatma Lestari
Professor, Occupational Health & Safety Department, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
Prof. Fatma is a lecture at Occupational Health and Safety Department Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia. She graduated PhD in Safety Science, School of Risk & Safety Science, UNSW, Sydney, Australia (2006). She has held the tittle of professor in safety at Occupational Health and Safety, Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia since 2014. Moreover, she experienced as Head of Occuaptional Safety, Health and Environmental Unit Universitas Indonesia (2013-2019). She is also an independent team of Safety in Oil and Gas sector in Indonesia. Now, she is an active team of National Occupational Safety and Health Council (DK3N).