The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine is pleased to announce that the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Wellington from 19-21 September at the James Cook Hotel.
Plenary days will be on the Wednesday and Thursday and the Workshop on the Friday.
This year we have an overarching theme of 'Partnership, collaboration, and leadership in public health in Aotearoa'. The focus for the Wednesday will be 'Te Tiriti - implications for the practice of public health' and Thursday's focus will be 'Collaboration and partnership to improve public health and equity'.
The Workshop 'Putting partnerships into practice to achieve greater public health gain and equity'
You are invited to register for the NZ College of Public Health Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshop.
Early Bird Discount
Early bird fees are valid up to Monday 30 July and apply to members only - don't miss out!
Standard fees take effect from Tuesday 31 July.
Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand (HPF) is co-hosting the 2019 World Conference on Health Promotion with IUHPE (International Union for Health Promotion and Education).
The conference is a great opportunity for all public health and health promotion colleagues and institutions to network, gain knowledge and share their research findings and professional experience with 2,000 colleagues from around the world.
The theme “Waiora: Promoting Planetary Health and Sustainable Development for All” is very apt and timely, given the range of global challenges – environment, economy, ethical governance & leadership, equity & equality, and sustainable development– to name a few, that we are all being confronted with in our common home, planet earth.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is the framework for the conference.
We have world champions of public health, health promotion and planetary health, such as Sir Michael Marmot, Professor Fran Baum, Professor Anthony Capon, and Sir Mason Durie, as key note speakers
For more information and early bird registration
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