Station News Wellbeing
During the month of September, Wellbeing will focus on how the education sector is coping with the pandemic. We'll hear from teachers, school administrators, health workers and students.
Understanding how viruses work is the topic addressed when Professor Bryan Williams is our guest on Wellbeing.
A perspective on COVID-19 and health care workers from a registered nurse with 30 years experience.
Dr Llewellyn-Jones, psychiatrist, examines the effects of climate change on human psychology.
Michele Cardamone from Amiconi Restaurant in Melbourne describes how his industry is being affected by lockdowns due to COVID-19. Hear the interview on Wellbeing.
Hear about this rare condition that makes speaking (and being heard) very challenging.
Two perspectives on our food choices and climate change. Dr Graeme Horton, Doctors for the Environment Australia and Charlie Prell, Chair, Farmers for Climate Action.
Megan Clark, Associate Director, Wellbeing, Health and Safety, The University of Newcastle, talks about psychological health and safety and working from home.
Dr Josephine Gwynn has praised Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for their handling of COVID-19, and she explains what this can tell us about the general health and wellbeing of these communities.
Hear Professor John Fischetti discussing the important role of education in creating a healthy society.