As part of the CAPEA 2020 Virtual Conference, Associate Professor Elisabeth Murphy presented The First 2000 Days.
Associate Professor Elisabeth Murphy is the Senior Clinical Advisor, Child and Family Health, NSW Ministry of Health. She has overseen the implementation of a number of early intervention programs including NSW-wide screening programs for hearing (SWISH – Statewide Infant Screening – Hearing) and vision (StEPS); the Aboriginal Maternal and Infant Health Strategy and the promotion of health checks for improved child development and health in the NSW Personal Health Record. Dr Murphy is also the Network Director for Child Youth and Family Health in NSLHD. She is a past recipient of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians Medal and has recently been recognised as one of the top 50 Public Sector Women – NSW.
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