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Health Industry Hub’s Catalysts for Change Awards 2023

We are thrilled to invite you to Health Industry Hub’s Catalysts for Change Awards Night on 1st November, centred around the theme of health equity.

The FINALISTS have been revealed and the WINNERS crowned!

The Awards recognise and celebrate the MOST VIEWED vodcasts and TOP podcasts featuring leaders and change-makers who have captivated our audience across the healthcare sector, including the pharma, medtech, diagnostics and biotech industries. These remarkable individuals and organisations inspire us to challenge the status quo and embark on a purposeful journey to reimagine healthcare.

As an extension of the Health Industry Hub Catalysts for Change Awards, we are excited to also honour the exceptional teams and individuals within corporate communications and PR agencies who collaborate with us on a daily basis, through the Excellence in Communications awards categories.

Awards Ceremony

Date: Wednesday, 1st November 2023
Time: 6pm – 9:30pm
Venue: Dockside, The Balcony Level, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour
Tickets: Book your tickets here

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Meet Our Keynote Speakers

Dr Daniel Nour – Cardiologist, Founder of Street Side Medics & NSW Young Australian of the Year 2022

Get ready to be inspired and moved by an extraordinary visionary who has redefined compassion and commitment in healthcare. 

In a world where inequities and disparities persist, Dr Nour recognised a critical gap in healthcare access for our society’s most vulnerable individuals. This realisation fuelled the establishment of Street Side Medics – a pioneering, not-for-profit initiative that brings medical care directly to those experiencing homelessness.

Dr Nour’s leadership, coupled with his profound social consciousness, has not only impacted individual lives but has also left an indelible mark on the fabric of greater society.

Michelle LeeThe first Australian woman to row any ocean solo

Prepare to be awestruck by the remarkable Michelle Lee, the first Australian woman to row any ocean solo.

In April 2023, she achieved an incredible feat by becoming the first woman in the world to row the Pacific Ocean solo, enduring the challenges of five hurricanes, 240 days of solitary determination, and an astonishing distance of 14,000 km. Her unwavering spirit led her to conquer the Atlantic Ocean solo in 2018, where she spent 68 days navigating the waves, earning her the prestigious title of the 2019 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.

In her captivating keynote, Michelle will take us on a transformative journey, shining a light on the values that have fuelled her unparalleled success. Her remarkable story will ignite our passion to become empowered contributors to the meaningful and equitable changes we aspire to make in the healthcare sector. Michelle’s determination knows no bounds as she constantly pushes her own limits, setting new challenges that inspire us all. Her powerful motto, “Start thinking you can and you will,” will echo in our hearts long after the event.

Who Are The Judges?

At Health Industry Hub, we believe in the power of collective engagement and the strength of our diverse audience. That’s why we are thrilled to announce that once again YOU, our incredible Health Industry Hub audience from the pharma, medtech, diagnostics and biotech sectors, will serve as the esteemed judges for the prestigious Catalysts for Change Awards 2023. Your active participation across all our digital and social media channels will shape the destiny of these Awards as we analyse the engagement data of the vodcasts and podcasts.

With sixteen (16) winners last year, the Health Industry Hub Catalysts for Change Awards 2023 is set to inspire our collective journey to reimagine the future of healthcare.

Important Dates

Winners: Live Awards ceremony on 1 November 2023

Finalists: Announcement here

2022 Winners

Cardinal Health, Merck Healthcare, Patient Voice Initiative, Gilead Sciences, Bristol Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson MedTech, Pfizer, Medtronic, AbbVie, Sanofi, Viatris, hearts4heart, Medical Affairs Professionals of Australasia, Research Australia, Paras and Partners and Hunton Executive More…

Mark your calendars for 1st November where the WINNERS will be crowned at the Awards ceremony!

Thank you to Health Industry Hub Awards

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