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Norman
Swan

Australia's Go-To Health Correspondent

Profile

Dr Norman Swan is Australia’s most respected health journalist, broadcaster and commentator and is in high demand as a facilitator and speaker.

Current Work:
Norman hosts RN’s Health Report and since the COVID-19 pandemic, co-hosted Coronacast, a daily podcast on the coronavirus.

Norman is also a reporter and commentator on the ABC’s 7.30, Midday, News Breakfast and Four Corners and a guest host on RN Breakfast.

Previous Experience:

He is a past winner of the Gold Walkley and has won other Walkleys including one in 2020. Norman was awarded the medal of the Australian Academy of Science and has an honorary MD from the University of Sydney.

He created Invisible Enemies, on pandemics and civilisation for Channel 4 UK and broadcast in 27 countries.

Norman trained in medicine and paediatrics in Aberdeen, London and Sydney before joining the ABC.

Expertise
Talking Points

The Control Factor

How personal control is vital to wellbeing

The Great Diet Debate

Getting through the hype of diets and fads.

The Future of HealthCare

Intensity

The secret to prolonged youth?

The Ageing Myth

Don’t believe politicians and other when they tell you we’re an ageing society. We’re not!

The Role of the Consumer in HealthCare

Serendipity…Curiosity...Goal Driven

What’s the right balance in medical research?

The Role of Philanthropy in Medical Research

Challenges in modern healthcare systems

Media
Feedback
Dr Swan's presentation was well tailored to our audience, and provided excellent take-away points for future doctors. He is a very confident and knowledgeable speaker about such a broad range of current affairs and was able to integrate these into his discussion of leadership and teamwork. MD Student Conference

We were very impressed with Norman's role as facilitator at our Indigenous Health Workforce Policy Forum and received nothing but positive feedback about him. We felt Norman really added to the level of discussion and set a tone that was both probing and challenging - but also respectful. Dr Kim Webber and I also appreciated the contribution Norman made in planning for the event and developing the agenda.

Australian Rural & Remote Workforce Agencies Group

Delegates were very impressed with Norman's presentation skills as much as what he had to say... just a great communicator. He refreshed them with his knowledge and presentation style.

Convention Wise
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