implementation of sound evidence based public policy for the electorate of Moggill and for Queensland. An addiction Medicine Specialist, Dr Rowan is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians' Chapter of Addiction Medicine. He is also a member of the Australasian Professional Society on alcohol and other drugs. A visiting medical officer to the St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital multidisciplinary plan service and to the Wesley Hospital. He has worked in a number of alcohol, tobacco and other drug services, including at Biala, the Peel Street Clinic, and Logan Central Community Health.
Dr Rowan has completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree at the University of Queensland. Dr Rowan holds a number of clinical and administrative fellowships as well as a MDipl&Trade from Monash University in foreign affairs, public policy, health diplomacy and trade. A former President of both the Australian Medical Association of Queensland and the Rural Doctors Association of Queensland he was also previously a member of the Queensland Mental Health Commission’s Advisory Council.
Date: Friday 31st July 2015
Time: 7am for a 7:15am sit down
RSVP by:Tuesday 28th July 2015 to H5992email@example.com or (07) 3835 3535
exclusive Business Networking Breakfast discussion on the merits of a possible Brisbane Bid
for the 2028 Olympic Games.
Five exceptional speakers will explore the costs and benefits of whether Brisbane & regional
Queensland should join Melbourne & Sydney as Australian hosts of an Olympic Games.
Ian Thorpe OAM, Australian Olympic legend;
Sallyanne Atkinson AO, Former Lord Mayor;
John Wagner, Successful Toowoomba businessman;
Max Walters OAM, Seven QLD Managing Director;
and Peter Collyns, Qantas QLD State Manager
The speakers will all share their views on what dividends might flow, what it takes, and what it will cost to be an Olympic Games host.
249 Turbot Street, Brisbane 4000
Date: Thursday 11th June 2015
Time: 6:45am for a 7:15am sit down
RSVP: By Friday 5th June 2015 to H5992firstname.lastname@example.org or (07) 3835 3535
Sofitel Brisbane Central enjoyed great success at last night’s Queensland Hotel Association (QHA) Awards night, winning the prestigious ‘Best Marketed Hotel’ title before a room of 1,000 industry peers.
Mention was made of the hotel’s cohesive, well planned and wonderfully executed marketing activities and strategic partner alignments with General Manager, Marcus Hanna saying it was a great honor for the hotel’s marketing team to be recognised for the hard work and dedication they show to the hotel and the Sofitel brand.
Earlier in the evening, Sofitel Brisbane Central also took home ‘Best Prestige Restaurant’ for Privé249.
- East Coast Forum Networking Breakfast
- EAST COAST FORUM - POWERED BY SOFITEL
- Le Cellier
- Sunday Brunch
- Sofitel Brisbane Central wins Best Marketed Hotel
- Prive249 wins Best Prestige Restaurant at the QHA Awards
- From Utopia to Brisbane
- Sofitel launches Wine Menu to celebrate Fête de la Musique
- Grant Burge Winemaker Dinner Sofitel Australia
- Adam Cullen Exhibition at La Galerie