Why does disability matter in dentistry and why OneOneTwelve?

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Schedule

TIME

SESSION

SPEAKERS

8:30 am

Registration

9:00 am

Introduction

A Journey and why OneOneTwelve

A/Prof Mina Borromeo

9:10 am

Impact of a split second!

Dr Dinesh Palipana

(Gold Coast University)

10:00 am

Morning Tea

10:30 am

The importance of considering the human rights of people with disability

Dr Ben Gauntlett (AHRC)

11:30 am

What does disability look like – a community perspective

  • Julia Caty-Waldron (ALKIRA)
  • Fiona Still (NDS)
  • Michael Burrowes (Artist)
  • Eva Sifis (Director, By Accident)

12:45 pm

Lunch

1:30 pm

The voice of experience

  • Kerrie Punshon
  • Mat Lim
  • Charmain Hall
  • Sharon Liberali

2:30 pm

Afternoon Tea

2:45 pm

Dental Champions Program:

Mentor/Mentee program

Challenges ahead

A/Prof Mina Borromeo

3:45 am

Feedback – What do you want from the journey?

Communications with OOT

Future meetings – zoom/webinars, evening sessions, face to face

4:30 pm

Close

Speakers

Dr Ben Gauntlett 

Dr Gauntlett, commenced his five year term as Disability Discrimination Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission in 2019. Dr Gauntlett advocates for the removal of barriers for people with disability, so that they can participate in society. He works to ensure the human rights of people with disability are respected. 

Dr Dinesh Palipana

Dr Palipana is a doctor, lawyer, researcher and disability advocate at the Gold Coast University Hospital Emergency Department. He is a senior lecturer at Griffith University. In 2021, he was awarded Queensland Australian of the Year.

 

 

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