IWD Breakfast With Dr Nikki Stamp
This International Women’s Day WIM again invites you to join us for breakfast at The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, to hear from this year’s special guest Dr Nikki Stamp.
Nikki is a heart and lung surgeon at Fiona Stanley Hospital – one of only 11 female cardiothoracic surgeons in Australia. Along with her amazing clinical work and research, she has written for numerous media outlets, featured as a host for the ABC’s science show Catalyst, was named as one ofMamamia’s Inspirational Women You Can Look Up To in 2017 and was featured as one ofHarpers Bazaar’s Women of the Year.
Nikki has a strong desire to change the way we think about heart health and is a passionate supporter of the Heart Foundation and women’s heart disease advocacy.
She is also about to feature as a host on a ground-breaking new Channel Seven program Operation: Live which will put audiences inside operating theatres.
As if that’s not enough, she has also released a book — Can You Die of a Broken Heart?
Come and meet one of the most inspiring women in medicine and media in Australia:
Friday 8 March 2019 from 7.00am to 8.30am
Tickets are strictly limited and will sell out, so BOOK NOW
$30 for MEAA members and non-members
$25 for students (full time)
Please note: a small admin/bank charge fee will be added to the ticket price. Full details on the booking site and see further down this page for a really good incentive!
Special thanks to the Perkins Institute for hosting and supporting this event at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research: QEII Campus, Verdun Street in Nedlands.
WIM WA Masterclass Series
Women in Media WA is pleased to introduce a new initiative – the Masterclass Series. These small group intensive workshops will be run throughout the year for women working in the media to delve deep into relevant topics to enhance their professional roles.
Our inaugural workshop, ‘Tales and Tips from the Road’ will be delivered by media veterans Victoria Laurie and Marnie McKimmie and will provide important advice and useful tips about safety and personal conduct to reduce the risk for women as they go about their work.
There have been significant changes to our work environment and many women in the media today find themselves working alone, often in high-risk situations. So, how do we adapt our work habits to ensure we are not unduly exposed to risk or unsafe behaviours?
Places are strictly limited, so BOOK NOW to avoid missing out.
When: Friday, March 22, 2019, 2pm – 5pm
Where: Cannings Purple Boardroom, Brookfield Place Tower 2, 123 St Georges Tce, Perth
Cost: $25 (Refreshments will be provided)
Special thanks to Cannings Purple for their support of this event.