Devalina has worked as a General Practitioner in India for many years before migrating to Australia to pursue a Masters of Public Health degree from Monash University. She has essayed many different roles within the public health sphere such as a peer educator, volunteer and manager of public health policies and programs, with a primary focus on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities. She has worked with and treated many patients of polio when working as a GP in India.
Devalina now works as Polio Australia’s Community Development Worker, aiming to reach out to polio survivors and their families to facilitate learning and sharing knowledge about Late Effects of Polio.
Please register below if you would like to attend a session.
We are holding a series of webinars, using the Zoom platform, presented by members of our Clinical Advisory Group and other various organisations. The sessions will have a maximum of 100 live participants, but we will endeavour to record them for later viewing. They will then be added to our Facebook Page and YouTube Channel.
More online webinars to be announced soon
In-Person Information Sessions
We will be providing in-person information sessions throughout the year for polio survivors, family and carers.
More locations and dates to be announced soon
Online Information Sessions & Zoom Chats
We are holding a series of Zoom chats throughout the year. The sessions will have a maximum of 100 live participants.
WHEN: The first Monday of each month –
join us for one or all of the sessions
(No session in January)
TIME: 11:00am NSW/VIC/TAS time*
*NOTE – This is 11am AEST or AEDT (depending on the month!)
Please check the right time in your
area so you don’t miss it!
WHERE: Online Zoom Meeting