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Peppers Silo Launceston

89 To 91 Lindsay Street

Invermay, TAS 7248

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The Status of Iodine in Tasmania a Medical History & Research Symposium

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“The Status of Iodine in Tasmania” Seminar Event on 9th April 2022 is a landmark seminar showcasing a variety of presentations on iodine deficiency in Tasmania, its history, management and academic research in the 21st century. Our keynote speaker and Plenary talks by leading experts in their fields bring together a significant number of leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results setting new horizons for the management of this profoundly geological disease.

The seminar covers all aspects of iodine deficiency and its present status. It is a foremost integrative platform for researchers, educators, and practitioners alike to witness and explore the latest innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopted in the fields of its management.

We are pleased to present this seminar with internationally recognised speakers on the subject of iodine covering its deficiency, role under climate change conditions ( the Iodine Cycle – marine and terrestrial), prophylaxis, management and what the future holds for the control of iodine deficiency in Tasmania, Australia, United Kingdom and New Zealand.

The Status of Iodine in Tasmania a Medical History & Research Symposium supported by The LGH Historical Committee, The Royal Society of Tasmania, COMA Inc and Clifford Craig Foundation. Sponsored by The Launceston Distillery H17, Cripps Bakery, Sonic Health, Launceston General Hospital Ex-Trainee Nurses’ Association, Sea Forest, Fonterra,

Any changes to Symposium plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be advised to attendees via email.

Please Note: Registrations close 1 April 2022

In the event that due to Covid restrictions the Symposium is cancelled a refund will be made as per instructions above

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Peppers Silo Launceston

89 To 91 Lindsay Street

Invermay, TAS 7248

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Organiser Clifford Craig Foundation

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The Clifford Craig Foundation is a medical research organisation which funds and facilitates quality medical research at the Launceston General Hospital, which enhances better health outcomes for the people of Northern Tasmania.

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