Roy Morgan Research CEO Michele Levine will present the latest State of the Nation Report on Wednesday July 9 in Melbourne and Thursday July 10 in Sydney with a special Spotlight on Australians’ Health.
As well as covering major economic, governmental and social issues, this special presentation will also reveal the latest trends affecting our health:
- the impact of anti-tobacco policies such as plain packaging on smoking rates
- our changing appetites for alcohol and fast food
- working out vs. playing sport
- the drivers behind a new surge in mental health issues
- the rising total tonnage of excess weight across the country
- national illnesses rates—and which are the most harmful to a sense of wellbeing
Presented with demographic detail that reveals the winners and losers across these different health areas, the report is the most up-to-date study of national health available.
Guided by the Alere Wellness Index, powered by Roy Morgan Research’s survey of almost 50,000 Australians per year, these timely results will be of value and interest to policy-makers, health professionals, and the general public.
To book a place at the launch, or organise an interview with CEO Michele Levine, please contact:
Mobile: 0425 812 773
Wednesday July 9
7.30am for an 8am start
Roy Morgan Research, 401 Collins Street, Melbourne
Thursday, July 10, 7.30am for an 8am start
Thursday, July 10, 9.30am for a 10am start
Roy Morgan Research, 232 Sussex Street, Sydney
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