Welcome to a column for those who don’t have time or inclination for Twitter-scrolling.
This week, as numerous conflicts cause many casualties and much suffering globally, we put the focus on peace as a determinant of health, as well as the traumas caused by systems of injustice.
Don’t miss the latest news on Indigenous health, as well as our roundup of conferences, webinars and other events, including an upcoming tour by the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir.
Give peace a chance
Read the BMJ Global Health edition on health and peace.
Systems of trauma
Climate and sustainable healthcare
Check the Twitter thread at #GreenHealthForum22 for more news from this recent event. Meanwhile, some healthy climate campaigning is targeting the Victorian election…
Indigenous peoples’ health and wellbeing
Read the article about the walking trail.See the new website here.See more on the ARC grants.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has introduced new special measures under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 to address systemic disadvantage faced by female and non-binary applicants to its Investigator Grant scheme.
Events coming up
See previous editions of #ICYMI, and catch you next week…