Branch documents available for download below.
All mail can be directed to:
38 Surrey Road
Keswick SA 5035
AHPA Queensland Branch is dedicated to improving the field on health promotion in Queensland. This is done by offering professional development and networking for health promoters; contributing to state based advocacy where relevant and providing regular communication on issues of relevance including employment to its members.
Queensland Branch’s Vision
To improve the health status of Queenslanders by building the leadership capacity of our members and making health promotion a priority.
To achieve this vision, the Queensland Branch is committed to the following Key Focus Areas:
The Queensland Branch Executive meets on a monthly basis to continue to progress the AHPA objectives. Nominations for the Queensland Branch Executive are called for each year in approximately December. Executive members are then accepted at the Branch AGM held in February of each year.
Queensland Branch subcommittees include:
Click here to view our most recent Operational Plan for further details of the AHPA Queensland Branch.
The Queensland Branch hosts professional development events each year. These events give members an opportunity to learn about developments and activities in the field of health promotion, as well as to network with others working in the field. The Branch also offers awards for health promotion leaders and undergraduate health promotion students.
Aims to promote the inclusion of health promotion principles and practice in policy and programs at the state level and to inform members of current issues in health promotion advocacy. Click here to view some of our most recent advocacy.
Supporting culturally informed, participatory, respectful and safe practice
addressing the sociocultural, economic, political, commercial and ecological determinants of health in order to build health equity.
promoting and supporting evidence informed research, policy and practice
working in partnership with other organisations to improve health and wellbeing.