APHC 2018 Contested Policy: Complementary Medicines and Advertising Reform


PHAA Workshop – Complementary medicine and advertising reform


  • Ken Harvey


Panel Discussion

  • Terry Slevin, John Skerritt, Jon Wardle, Alanna Rottler, Mal Vickers

Terry Slevin (CEO of PHAA) commented that Alanna & Mal’s research was important because it held the regulator accountable; it was also commendable that the Deputy Secretary for Health Products Regulation, Department of Health, (John Skerritt) attended, presented and engaged in the (often vigorous) debate.

Media coverage

Pharmacy Daily: Researchers challenge TGA

Monash School of Public Health Team

Alanna Rottler

Mal Vickers

Mal, Alanna and Ken

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About Dr Ken Harvey

Public Health Physician, Medical activitist
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