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WSLHD staff are invited to a free performance of Grace Under Pressure at Blacktown and Westmead hospitals.
Grace Under Pressure is a verbatim theatre production which examines the working lives of health professionals and asks: “Who is caring for those in the caring professions?”
Acclaimed theatre makers David Williams and Paul Dwyer, in collaboration with the Sydney Arts and Health Collective, have developed the production from interviews with interns, medical and nursing students, as well as senior allied health professionals and representatives from the specialist colleges and peak bodies.
The Pam McLean Centre has supported the performance of this piece with health organisations around Sydney, in response to cultural issues we face today.
Details are as follows:
Westmead Hospital [FULLY BOOKED]
Tuesday 19 December 2017 at 5pm – 7pm
WECC Level 1 Cabaret Theatre
RSVP essential, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 15 December 2017 at 1pm and 6pm
UWS Auditorium, Blacktown Hospital
RSVP essential, contact Gazala.Shaheen@health.nsw.gov.au