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‘Process. Progress. Power.’

The three-day program will include a variety of session types, including oral presentations, panel discussions, and poster presentations. 

Who should attend?

Researchers, public health practitioners, clinicians, nurses, allied health professionals, related professionals, and Indigenous community members and groups should not miss this opportunity to discuss, debate and direct the key issues impacting cancer disparities for Indigenous peoples across the globe.

Plenary speakers

A range of international and national speakers will be included to ensure a rich and dynamic program. We are excited to confirm the following keynote speakers for WICC 2024:

  • Professor Gail Garvey: NHMRC Research Leadership Fellow and Professor of Indigenous Health Research in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia 

  • Professor Tom Calma AO: Chancellor, University of Canberra; 2023 Senior Australian of the Year

  • Dr Angeline Letendre: Lead Scientist, Community Research Stream at Alberta Cancer Prevention Legacy Fund, Alberta Health Services, Canada

  • Associate Professor Lisa Whop: NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow based at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Heath, Australian National University, Canberra Australia

  • Professor Linda Burhansstipanov: Founder, Native American Cancer Research Corporation

Draft Program

Subject to change.

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