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SOS Chats

Episode 1: Ian Campbell

Season 1, Ep. 1

In this our first episode of SOS Chats, Adrian talks with Ian Campbell about his mental health journey. Ian is a media and communications specialist, storyteller, presenter and National Communications Director at Palliative Care Australia. He was also the leading voice and face that helped the Bega Valley through some of its biggest natural disasters in living memory.


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