Meeting

Queensland Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Meeting

Date

27 April 2024
6pm

Location

Corbett Room
Level 2, Whitty Building
Brisbane, QLD 4101
Australia

Organised by

QLD branch

Delivery

In-person

FCAP Qld Branch is proud to present a very special edition of our dinner series:

'Celebrating the Career of Dr Bill Bor'

The evening will begin with an informal reception for us to mingle, eat and drink, before Dr Bor presents:

'From Holocaust in the nursery to blood in the algorithm'

This will be followed by a chance for colleagues to pay tribute to Dr Bor and the immense impact he has had in our field.

We look forward to you joining us for this wonderful evening.

Registrations for this event close 19th April 2024

Speaker

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Dr William Bor

Dr William Bor was born in Apia Samoa in 1951,child of Jewish Czechoslovakian parents, migrating to Australia in 1961 with his brother and sister. He attended UQ Medical School, graduating in 1974, before completing his psychiatry fellowship (DPM and MRANZCP) in 1980-81.

Since that time, he has worked in various positions at University of Queensland, Royal Childrens Hospital, Queensland Health and Mater Health Services. He has been a clinician researcher, collaborating with others , publishing over 165 papers. His most important collaborative research has been into early parenting interventions, life -course of aggression and the rise of adolescent mental health problems in the 21st century.

Dr Bor has also devoted extensive amounts of his time to teaching and mentoring trainees and junior psychiatrists. In addition, Dr Bor has been continually engaged since the 1980's in the creation and expansion of public sector medical industrial awards.

His dedication to clinical work and research, to improve the wellbeing of the children and families, has been unwavering during his 49 year career, and continues to this day.

We are honoured to host this celebration of Dr William Bor's career, and to hear him present his reflections on the past, present, and future directions of child psychiatry in Queensland.

Dr William Bor was born in Apia Samoa in 1951,child of Jewish Czechoslovakian parents, migrating to Australia in 1961 with his brother and sister. He attended UQ Medical School, graduating in 1974, before completing his psychiatry fellowship (DPM and MRANZCP) in 1980-81.

Since that time, he has worked in various positions at University of Queensland, Royal Childrens Hospital, Queensland Health and Mater Health Services. He has been a clinician researcher, collaborating with others , publishing over 165 papers. His most important collaborative research has been into early parenting interventions, life -course of aggression and the rise of adolescent mental health problems in the 21st century.

Dr Bor has also devoted extensive amounts of his time to teaching and mentoring trainees and junior psychiatrists. In addition, Dr Bor has been continually engaged since the 1980's in the creation and expansion of public sector medical industrial awards.

His dedication to clinical work and research, to improve the wellbeing of the children and families, has been unwavering during his 49 year career, and continues to this day.

We are honoured to host this celebration of Dr William Bor's career, and to hear him present his reflections on the past, present, and future directions of child psychiatry in Queensland.

Contact

For any details or enquiries please contact:

Vicki Willis and Sarah Kereama

Phone: (07) 3426 2200

ranzcp.qld@ranzcp.org

Terms and conditions

Cancellation policy

Change of mind cancellations must be made in writing and sent to ranzcp.qld@ranzcp.org for a full refund by 19th April 2024. Cancellations made after 19th April will not refunded.

If you are feeling unwell or have cold or flu like symptoms, or who may have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, do not attend.

If, on medical grounds, you are unable to attend the conference, you must cancel your attendance in writing by email to ranzcp.qld@ranzcp.org. A full refund will be provided; however, you may be asked to provide additional details.