Dr Bridie Scott-Parker.
Dr Bridie Scott-Parker. Contributed

International Women's Day breakfast planned

UNIVERSITY of the Sunshine Coast researcher Dr Bridie Scott-Parker will be guest speaker at a special International Women's Day breakfast.

The breakfast, hosted by the Graduate Women Qld, Sunshine Coast Branch, will be held at The Yacht Club, Mooloolaba, on Saturday from 7.45am.

Dr Bridie Scott-Parker is a Senior USC Research Fellow, National Health and Medical Research Council, and leads the Adolescent Risk Research Unit at the university.

She is also interested in adolescent health and well-being generally including risk-taking and the influence of personal, social and structural influence upon risky behaviour.

Dr Scott-Parker will share her experiences as the creator and leader of the Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience-Thompson Institute and the international research conglomerate.

Contact Bev Hinz at bev.hinz2@bigpond.com for more information, or Yvonne Koster on 0431 550 713 for payment of $28.


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