Are you an AHPA member? Log in

Not a member? Join Here

Branch Content - NT


The Social Media Working Group manages and moderates the AHPA NT Facebook Page. The page aims to provide weekly updates on health promotion related content, health education and local events. The Working provides weekly updates Group is responsible for ensuring effective social marketing, stakeholder engagement and local advocacy that seeks to influence public policies as they impact on population health.

For all General Enquiries please contact

EmailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All mail can be directed to:

Postal Address:
38 Surrey Road
Keswick SA 5035


Local Scholarships Program (NEW!) AHPA NT Branch offers local scholarships of up to $1000 to support members and other NT based health promotion professionals to attend professional development opportunities. The local scholarships program aims to improve the health promotion capability for people working in the Northern Territory which will in turn improve the health of Territorians.

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Download application form

Annual AHPA National Conference Scholarship Scheme: This scholarship round provides upto the value of $1000) is awarded for a member to attend the AHPA national conference. The scholarship is for conference registration and /or travel costs.


AHPA NT is very pleased to announce professional opportunities for our members to become a mentee or mentor in the National Mentoring program. When you submit your applications mentors and mentees will be matched by the National Mentoring Working Group. Nationally, there are up to 50 mentee places available each year, and applications close before the month of June.

About The AHPA Mentoring Program:

• The mentoring partnership is a mutually beneficial partnership.
• Mentors volunteer their time to contribute towards personal development in health promotion.
• Mentees are expected to be committed, prepared and proactive.
• For mentors no more than 2 hours per month is expected.
• Mentor applicants are expected to have 4 or more years’ experience in health promotion.

All mentees and mentors for the next mentoring program will be matched and will receive confirmation via their emails.
If you would like to touch base and find out more information about the National Mentoring program for further information or discussion, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


AHPA is the National Accreditation Organisation (NAO) for the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) in Australia. Health Promotion professionals across Australia now have the opportunity to apply to earn the title IUHPE Registered Health Promotion Practitioner. Benefits of Registration include:

• Improved career opportunities nationally and internationally
• Enhanced professional recognition
• Improved confidence in the profession
• Consistency in interpretation of standards and codes of practice
• Use of an internationally recognised brand on promotional materials

Registration lasts for up to three years and the fee for registration is discounted if you are an AHPA member.


The Health Promotion Journal of Australia (HPJA) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality research and critical perspectives from researchers, decision-makers, and practitioners that contribute to improving knowledge and evidence for health promotion actions across Australasia. The HPJA is the official publication of AHPA and publishes three times a year in print and online.

AHPA Members have free access to HPJA, which includes manuscripts that address social and ecological determinants of health and/or issues relating to the promotion of health equity.


Health Promotion - Good health is good business

AHPA NT would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of land upon which we meet and work, and their continuing connection to land, sea, and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Welcome to the NT Branch of the Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA). At AHPA NT we are a smaller collective of volunteers who wish to contribute to the objectives of AHPA and support our local communities.
AHPA NT is your professional body when you work in the field of health promotion, and is a great place to network with other like-minded public health professionals. If you currently live in the NT, or are considering moving to the NT, we would love to hear from you! Get in touch with us today to become a member and be a part of something that promotes good health and good business.


The NT Branch is the leading health promotion association in the NT, dedicated to advocacy in health, improving professional development, networking opportunities and communication between health promoters.

The NT Branch is committed to bringing health promotion professionals together through regular branch activities, events and group networking opportunities.

The NT Branch Executive meets on a monthly basis to progress the objectives of AHPA. Key priorities for the NT Branch include:

• Advocacy – We are committed to advocacy at the local, or territory level on a range of health and related social issues. AHPA NT is a member of NT Council for Social Service (NTCOSS) and Multicultural Council for NT (MCNT).
• Professional Development – We organise and collaborate with existing health professional bodies and support innovative ways to build capacity and the local workforce.
• Scholarships – We provide financial support for NT Branch Members to access and attend professional development opportunities intra- and inter-state.
• Communication – We co-facilitate ongoing networking opportunities for health promotion professionals in the NT.
• Mentoring – We encourage early-career health professionals to be engaged and assisted through AHPA’s National Mentoring Program

Nationally, the Association is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board Directors nominate and are accepted at the Association’s Annual General Meeting. They assume responsibility for the governance and strategic direction of the Association ensuring that it is meeting its Constitutional requirements. AHPA has become the professional association specifically for people involved in, or with an interest in the practice, research and study of health promotion.

We will endeavour to grow our presence across the NT to meet the changing needs of our unique community, and make health promotion a priority. Prevention is always better cure!



AHPA is committed to the following principles:

jogging pic1

Ethical Practice

Supporting culturally informed, participatory, respectful and safe practice

jogging pic1

Health Equity

addressing the sociocultural, economic, political, commercial and ecological determinants of health in order to build health equity.

jogging pic1

Innovative & evidence informed approaches

promoting and supporting evidence informed research, policy and practice

jogging pic1


working in partnership with other organisations to improve health and wellbeing.

Latest News


Become an AHPA Member

and enjoy the benefits of access to publications, reduced registration fees to AHPA national conferences, professional development opportunities and more


Find out more