Events

This section of our website includes information about upcoming Prevention Centre events as well as relevant seminars, conferences and training events being held by other organisations.

If you would like to have your event listed on this page, please email us.

 

Systems thinking meets community-based prevention forum

28 February 2019, Melbourne: Interested in learning about systems thinking? Come along to hear from a range of expert health promotion practitioners taking a systems approach to prevention. The forum is hosted by the Australian Health Promotion Association Victoria/Tasmania Branch and The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre. Participants unable to attend in-person can join via videoconference.

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National Equally Well Symposium

28-29 March 2019, Melbourne: The Equally Well Australia Symposium will include international experts sharing the latest developments to help improve the physical health of people living with mental illness.

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Research driving policy and practice to get people active

28 May 2019, Sydney: This third annual seminar will focus on the impact of the innovative research partnership between the NSW Government, Office of Sport and the Prevention Research Collaboration’s sport and active recreation group – SPRINTER.

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Smashing the Silos - Public Health Prevention Conference 2019

12-14 June 2019, Melbourne: The Smashing the Silos conference will focus on exploring sub-themes of economics of prevention and what is working, what needs to be strengthened and what are the biggest gaps in prevention systems. Abstracts opening in January 2019.

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Food Governance Conference

3-5 July 2019, Sydney: The Food Governance Conference will explore how law, policy, and regulation address food system challenges or contribute to them at local, national, regional, and global levels.

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International Conference on Transport and Health

4-8 November 2019, Melbourne: This conference attracts policy makers, researchers and practitioners from around the world and across multiple disciplines such as public health, urban planning and economics. The theme for this year's conference is Smart Cities. Disruptive Mobility. Healthy People.

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