The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health are very excited to announce our 2nd COVID-19 Public Webinar Series.
The Department of Rural Health is committed to sharing health expertise with our communities to build their knowledge and resilience. Our keynote speakers will share their insights and offer solutions.
In an attempt to make sense of what we are currently experiencing as a result of COVID-19, The Department of Rural Health has invited experts to share their knowledge.
Building Personal and Community Resilience in the Face of COVID-19 – What are the lessons from COVID-19 and how can we use them to build a better future?
Professor Brock Bastian
Professor in Psychology
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
The University of Melbourne
Brock is a Professor in the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne. He is trained as a social psychologist and his research broadly focuses on the topics of ethics and well-being.
Professor Brock Bastian will provide a review of his research on the role of pain and adversity in building personal and community resilience, and identify strategies that each of us can use during COVID-19 to lean into difficult experiences, allowing for the possibility of connection, meaning, and growth.