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ENLIVEN Engage Notice Learn Inspire Value Entertain and Network

UC Medical and Counselling are providing the opportunity for students and staff to come together over an interactive, community building,  lunchtime experience - to exchange ideas, discuss ‘hot topics’ in  science, literature and technology.
While Psychologists will host the sessions, students and staff are invited to play an active role.
We invite you to submit your ideas for a 50 min session, so that we might compile a program for Semester 2 – Tuesdays 11am-12.30pm.
If you are working on an innovative project, or have been involved in an exciting adventure or community activity we would love to hear about it.
If you have a favourite TED talk you would like to share and discuss, or perhaps a great debate topic that you/we could organise a couple teams around; we encourage you to submit your ideas to us.

We see this as an opportunity for students and staff to meet and interact less formally, a chance for newcomers to UC to engage, an opportunity to share knowledge , experiences, ideas, and your  multi-dimensional lives.

Please email Vicki.DePrazer@canberra.edu.au or call Vicki de Prazer -   Senior Psychologist on 6201 2351

The UC Medical Centre welcomes Dr Ying Ying Liew

MBBS, FRACGP, Dip of Child Health, FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health

Dr Ying Ying Liew graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2009. She obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2017. She has worked both in Sydney and Armidale whilst completing her GP training. She has extensive interest in women’s, children’s and refugees’ health. She has completed her family planning course in reproductive and sexual health and Diploma of Child Health (Uni of Sydney and The Children’s Hospital of Westmead). She has worked in Sydney Children’s Hospital and The Orange Base Hospital as a paediatric senior resident medical officer. She also works with Companion House, ACT.

Recently, she has also completed a graduate diploma in family practice dermatology with the National University of Singapore.  

Dr Ying Ying Liew is fluent in Mandarin and Malay language. In her spare time, she enjoys music, drawing and gardening.