Latrobe Valley residents will have the opportunity to learn about the Hazelwood Health Study at a series of community meet and greets.
The Monash University-led study was formed following the 2014 Hazelwood mine fire to identify potential health outcomes for people who may have been exposed to smoke from the fire.
The study’s Communications and Engagement Adviser, Shaun Mallia, will be based at multiple Morwell locations during the next few weeks and available to speak with members of the community about the study.
On Thursday 22 March, Shaun will be based at the Latrobe Health Assembly office at Suite 1/256 Commercial Road, Morwell.
On Thursday 29 March, he will be based at Morwell Neighbourhood House at 48 Beattie Crescent, Morwell.
On Thursday 5 April, you can chat with Shaun at the ReActivate Latrobe Valley office at 226 Commercial Road, Morwell.
He will be available from 9am to 5pm and interested residents can make an appointment by phoning 0438 152 751 or 5122 7382 – or just drop in for a casual chat. Alternatively, residents should feel free to call Shaun at any time to chat about the study.