Fiona Wood Public Lecture Series

Sharing knowledge, informing and educating our community

Tap into the expert knowledge of leading health professionals and learn about health topics relevant to you and your family at the free Fiona Wood Public Lecture Series.

Presented by South Metropolitan Health Service, this free lecture series honours eminent Western Australian surgeon and researcher Professor Fiona Wood AM, renowned for her ground-breaking work in the treatment of burns.

The Fiona Wood Public Lecture Series provides an opportunity for you to hear firsthand about a range of health topics, from ageing and cancer to mental health and recovering from injury. Lectures will be presented by leading healthcare professionals from across our health service.

Motivation – the secret ingredient in health?

Presented by Professor Fiona Wood AM
Can a positive attitude improve your recovery? Is motivation the key to better health? Join keynote speaker Professor Fiona Wood AM at the inaugural event in the Fiona Wood Public Lecture Series to find out.

Decades of observing people recover from traumatic injuries has given burns specialist Professor Wood a unique insight into how personal motivation can be the secret ingredient to good health and recovery. Motivated by learning from today to improve care tomorrow, Professor Wood will share inspirational stories from her experiences across burns, reconstructive surgery, disaster response and research.

Event details

6.00–7.00pm, Tuesday 11 September 2018
G1 Lecture Theatre, Education Building, Fiona Stanley Hospital – view the Fiona Stanley Hospital map (external site)

Bookings are essential. 

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Visitor car parks 1 and 2 are the closest car parks.

Upcoming lectures

Dr Nikki Stamp, Fiona Stanley Hospital Cardiothoracic Surgeon
6.00–7.00pm, Tuesday 13 November 2018