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The 2014 Mens Health Business Breakfast - North Adelaide
 3 Sep, 2014 - 3 Sep, 2014
 Wed 7:30am - Wed 9:00am
 Memorial Drive
  North Adelaide, SA
  Breakfast

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Please join the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health at the 2014 Men's Health Business Breakfast to be held on Wednesday 3 September 2014.

We are delighted to have the Honourable Jeffrey Kennett AC as our Guest Speaker. As the Founding Chair of Beyondblue and with a distinguished career as a leader in politics, business and sport, Mr Kennett will talk about some important men's health issues, including depression, and provide some interesting and topical insights into the current world of business and politics.

We will tell you about the Centre's research programs in mental health and other health problems which impose the greatest burden on males and thus also impact on family, workforce engagement and productivity, and why a gender-specific approach to this research is important.

Find out what is on the agenda for the Centre over the next five years and how, as business leaders, you may get involved in life changing research.

Purchase Tickets:  Online ticket purchases for single tickets or for table bookings (min 6 guests) are available here. For other ticketing options, please register your details and a representative from the Centre will contact you.

Parking: Paid parking (flat rate $13.00) is available in the Wilson North Car Park off Pennington Tce. Enter through Bob Quinn gate and go to middle of Western Stand.  If entering from Memorial Drive go through Southern gate.  A map will be sent to your email upon registration.  

Access:  There is lift access to Level 3.

Optional tour of SAHMRI: Breakfast attendees are invited to attend a guided tour of the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute from 9.00am. 


BUY TICKETS HERE

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