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    Real Health Lecture - Achieving the Sport, Health and Inclusion Legacy of the 2032 Games

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    QUT's Real Health Lecture Series unpacks the latest issues affecting the health and wellbeing of our communities. 

    The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games offers a rare opportunity to showcase southeast Queensland on a global stage. The Games will undoubtedly transform the state over the next decade and create an enduring legacy long after that.
    Our panel of experts will discuss what it will take for Queensland to achieve the Sport, Health and Inclusion legacy theme outlined in Elevate 2042. Panellists will also consider the opportunities afforded by the 2032 Games to create more inclusive, active and healthy communities.


    • Amy Cupitt, Executive Director, Legacy 2032, Brisbane 2032 Coordination Office, Department of State Development and Infrastructure
    • Adjunct Professor Robyn Littlewood, Chief Executive Officer, Health and Wellbeing Queensland
    • Associate Professor Toby Pavey, School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences, QUT
    • Associate Professor Debra Cushing, School of Architecture & Built Environment, QUT
    • Jody Currie, Professor of Practice, Indigenous Health, QUT

    Moderated by Professor Glen Lichtwark, Head, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Faculty of Health, QUT.

    Free registration and breakfast provided. Parking is available on QUT Campus in the blocks marked F and J (found on map).

    For more information, please visit our website: QUT - Real Health Lecture Series

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