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Upcoming Events

Community Sector Recovery Webinar Series: Working in Partnerships; lessons learnt through COVID-19

Join a number of the community sector partners to discuss what worked well in working in partnership within the community services sector and across other sectors during the emergency response to COVID-19. This webinar will showcase some specific case studies, including the WA Peaks Forum and the response to charity and food relief. What lessons were learnt, and how do we continue to engage the spirit of cooperation into recovery and regeneration? This session will also explore how we use these lessons to plan for future emergencies, whether it be a resurgence of COVID-19, or something else in future.

For more information: https://wacoss.org.au/event/working-in-partnership-lessons-learnt-through-covid-19/

Event Date 30 Sep 2020 1:00pm
Event End Date 30 Sep 2020 2:00pm
Location Online webinar

The Australian Public Health Conference 2020, convened by the Public Health Association of Australia, will be held online as a virtual Conference from Monday 19 to Friday 30 October 2020.

The Australian Public Health Conference (formally the PHAA Annual Conference) is a national conference held by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) which presents a national and multi-disciplinary perspective on public health issues. PHAA members and non-members can contribute to discussions on the broad range of public health issues and exchange ideas, knowledge and information on the latest developments in public health.

Through development of public health policies, advocacy, research and training, PHAA seeks better health outcomes for Australians. The Conference acts as a pathway for public health professionals to connect and share new and innovative ideas that can be applied to local settings and systems to help create and improve health systems for local communities.

Price: $145.00 - $475.00

For more information: https://www.phaa.net.au/events/event/australian-public-health-conference-2020

Event Date 19 Oct 2020
Event End Date 30 Oct 2020
Location Virtual conference

Climate Change and Injury Prevention webinar

Climate change, including extreme weather events, is a priority area for injury prevention in Australia. Reducing the impact of extreme weather events offers great potential for long-term reduction of the burden of injury in Australia.

Join Injury Matters for the “Climate Change and Injury Prevention webinar”. A presentation will be provided by Dr Liz Hanna, Chair of the Environmental Health Working Group, World Federation of Public Health Associations and Affiliate: Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University. This webinar will provide a broad overview of climate change and injury prevention, and actions that practitioners can take to reduce the burden of injury from climate change in their communities.

For more information and to register: https://knowinjury.org.au/events-and-training/know-injury/

Event Date 21 Oct 2020 10:00am
Event End Date 21 Oct 2020 11:00am
Location Online

Registrations open soon!

The Australian Public Health Conference 2020, convened by the Public Health Association of Australia, will be held online as a virtual Conference from Monday 19 to Friday 30 October 2020.

The Australian Public Health Conference (formally the PHAA Annual Conference) is a national conference held by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) which presents a national and multi-disciplinary perspective on public health issues. PHAA members and non-members can contribute to discussions on the broad range of public health issues and exchange ideas, knowledge and information on the latest developments in public health.

Through development of public health policies, advocacy, research and training, PHAA seeks better health outcomes for Australians. The Conference acts as a pathway for public health professionals to connect and share new and innovative ideas that can be applied to local settings and systems to help create and improve health systems for local communities.

For more information: https://www.nic2021.com

Event Date 29 Jun 2021
Event End Date 1 Jul 2021
Location Perth Convention Centre
Event Date 12 Jul 2021 7:00pm
Event End Date 12 Jul 2021 11:55pm
Location Rockingham Arts Centre