2016 Code Green Week

 

Sustainable Morning Tea

Date: 10th October 2016

Time: 9:30AM-11:00AM

Location: Outside Building 69

 

Is there a thermos eking out its days in the back of your kitchen cupboard? A mug brought into uni with the best intentions that hasn’t seen the light of day since March? A KeepCup being carried around in your bag but regularly forgotten to hand over to your friendly barista?

UQ’s Code Green team is here to provide you with an added incentive in the hopes you’ll remember to get the old boy out and give him a chance to prove his worth! So bring your reusable cup down, get filled up for FREE with sustainable environmentally-friendly caffeine, and start your Monday right!

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Treevia Night

Date: 10th October 2016

Time: 6:00PM-8:00PM

Location: The Red Room

 

Looking for a way to fill the OSCE-shaped hole in your life? Trying to find anything to look forward to on a Monday? Or are you just like a labrador, excited to be leaving the house?

We have the solution! Code Green UQ’s first ever tree-themed trivia night is coming up, and it’s set to be an absolute ripsnorter! 

The trivia will have a tree and plant theme running through. So get a team together, get down to the Reddy, and get around it!

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How do modern environments impact health?

Date: 11th October 2016

Time: 6:00PM-8:00PM

Location: Parnell Building, 07-326

 

With the help of our incredible speakers and panel of guests, we will be exploring the links between health and the environment, other influential factors such as food production, climate change, and urban planning practices, and what we as students and medical practitioners can do to make a difference. 

More details about the speakers to follow, so stay tuned!

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Poche Garden Re-vamp

Date: 12th October 2016

Time: 10:00AM-2:00PM

Location: Poche Indigenous Health Centre

 

he garden outside the Poche Indigenous Health Centre at St Lucia (next to Wordies and the Co-op) is looking a bit sad. As medical students, we want to prevent sad, so we’re teaming up with teams at TIME Indigenous and DEA to spruce it up! 

We’ve managed to get our little greenthumbs/hands on some amazing native plants, and we need some help to settle them into their new homes. We’ll be hard at work from 10am until we finish, so drop by and get your hands dirty, or just take a study break to come say hi and offer some moral support.

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Surgical Strike: Documentary Screening

Date: 13th October 2016

Time: 12:00PM-2:00PM

Location: Colin Clark Bdg 39, Rm 105

 

"Stop Bombing Hospitals” is the simple message that Dr Kathleen Thomas is trying to spread. For those of you lucky enough to have witnessed her speaking at AMSA Convention or GHC this year, or elsewhere, you will no doubt vividly recall the story she shared. This documentary produced by Foreign Correspondent further explores the story of the Kunduz attacks and issues around the bombing of hospitals.

“This 30 minute emotional documentary tells the story of the US Military attack on the Médecins Sans Frontières Hospital in Kunduz, Northern Afghanistan on October 3, 2015 when 200 missiles and countless machine gun rounds destroyed the hospital killing 42 people, including 14 hospital staff members. The documentary is narrated by survivors such as Australian Doctor Kathleen Thomas and Afghani Surgeon Doctor Esmat. It illustrates the tragedy of the event and explores the aftermath and the more global problem of attacks on hospitals in conflict zones worldwide.”

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TIME UQ