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Visiting WA

Australian Ambassador to Japan, John McCarthy AO, May 2, to speak at a WA Business News Meet the Ambassadors Breakfast.

Former Victorian Premier and National Co-Convenor of Emily’s List, the Honourable Joan Kirner, May 9, to speak at a Women’s Networking Lunch.

Author of the International best seller ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, Robert Kiyosaki, May 13, to speak at an investment seminar.

University of NSW, School of Industrial Relations and Organisational Behaviour, Professor Michael Quinlan, May 13 and 15, to speak at the Work Safe Forums 2003.

Minerals Council of Australia, president, and former Rio Tinto, managing director, Barry Cusack, June 19, to speak at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

SingTel Optus, chief operating officer, Paul O’Sullivan, July 30, to speak at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

RMIT University, Centre for Excellence in Digital Design, director, Di Fleming, September 10, to speak at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

International Council of Nurses, president, Dr Christine Hancock; University of Technology NSW Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, professor of nursing in corrections, Dr Mary Chiarella; Toronto Sunnybrook Regional Cancer Clinic, head of oncology nursing and supportive care and co-director of the Psychosocial and Behavioural Research Unit, Dr Margaret Fitch; St Jude Children’s Research Hospital USA, director of nursing, Dr Pam Hinds; Chinese University of Hong Kong, professor, Professor Diane Lee; University of Arizona College of Nursing, professor and associate dean for research, Dr Linda Phillips, November 11-14, to speak at the 1st International Congress on Innovations in Nursing.

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