YOU are the person who CAN make a difference!
Helen Zahos inspires audiences, both locally and Internationally, through her personal narratives on her work experiences as a humanitarian and Disaster Nurse, her personal struggles, and her perseverance and triumphs.
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Helen is passionate about sharing her stories so that people will be inspired to go out and achieve the things that they might have thought were impossible.
UNSDG Health Summit - Geneva 2019
Side event to the World Health Assembly
25th May 2019
CSW63 NGO FORUM - New York City
Side event to the UN Comission on the status of women 2019
'Empower a Woman, Empower a Nation'
International Women’s Day Luncheon
Darwin. N.T. 2017
“Helen Zahos is a regular key note speaker at our end of year celebration day for graduating Bachelor of Nursing students (Griffith University, Gold Coast campus), our graduates always come away inspired by Helen’s stories and her down-to-earth insights into complex and challenging practice contexts. Helen has also contributed to tutorial teaching in the Bachelor of Nursing where her experiences are of great interest to aspiring Registered Nurses.”
-Letitia Del Fabbro
Lecturer and Convenor
Griffith University School of Nursing and Midwifery
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Helen is a Humanitarian, Emergency Nurse and Paramedic who has volunteered in disaster areas around the world and has cared for some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Helen has volunteered in Iraq in IDP Camps, in Nepal after the earthquake and Philippines after the Typhoon, as well as assisting during the Syrian refugee crisis on the border of Greece.
Helen grew up on Groote Eylandt, a remote Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria in the Northern Territory of Australia. She completed her Nursing and Paramedic studies in Darwin where she was working in the Emergency Department and was involved with the Royal Darwin Hospital Response to the Bali Bombings. Since then she has worked in Emergency Departments in Tertiary hospitals; in Remote Indigenous Communities; attended Disaster Responses both locally and internationally; and worked with Asylum seekers and Refugees.