What The Health is the follow up to the award-winning Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret. Both films feature memorable interviews with Dr Michael Klaper, M.D., who will be our international special guest panelist at this one-night-only event!
Follow the revelatory journey of intrepid filmmaker, Kip Andersen as he uncovers the deleterious impacts of highly processed industrial animal foods on our personal health and wider community. The deeper Kip investigates, the more he becomes concerned… Why would leading health organisations still continue to promote such industries despite countless medical studies and research demonstrating the harm they cause?
Sunday 19 November, 2017
RMIT University city campus (building 80, level 2, theatre 007), 445 Swanston St, Melbourne.
TICKET BOOKING LINK: drklapermelbourne.eventbrite.com
5pm: check in commences (pick up your dinner box and browse vendors)
5.40pm: All seated
5.50pm: ‘Healthcare Solutions’ ROUND TABLE with Dr Michael Klaper and Australian healthcare professionals
7pm: film commences [90 mins]
Tickets $20 + booking fee
NOT TO BE MISSED: If you’d like to learn more about the science and practice of a healthy plant-based diet, you can also select to attend the full day nutrition symposium from 10am-5pm
‘HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS’ ROUND TABLE PARTICIPANTS:
★ Dr Michael Klaper USA (general practitioner)
★ Elizabeth Boucher R.N. (registered nurse)
★ Dr Ash Nayate (clinical neuropsychologist)
★ Clare Mann (psychologist)
★ Dr Malcolm Mackay M.D. (general practitioner)
★ Dr Alphonse Roex M.D. PhD. (obstetrician gynaecologist)
★ Dr Heleen Roex M.D. (pediatrician n.p.)
★ Dr Andrew Davies M.D. (intensive care physician)
★ Claire Davies R.N. (registered nurse)
★ Tony Boucher
Optional add-on dinner meal/ticket combo will be available for this event. Dinner meals need to be pre-ordered online (cut off for orders 48 hours prior to event) for pick-up upon arrival at RMIT University between 5-5.30pm.
A selection of snacks, desserts and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase on the night.
All food and drinks will be wholefood plant-based, gluten-free and come in recyclable/biodegradable packaging.
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