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21st National Conference Health Promotion Association: changing settings: liveable, vibrant, healthy places

 

Overview

Settings' based health promotion has been on the health promotion agenda for over 20 years - but the landscape keeps changing! What exactly has changed? What has been achieved? What is the current thought on models of practice? How are socio-economic, environmental, cultural and technological changes affecting the way we live? What role do healthy public policies play? What are the challenges and solutions of applying and evaluating settings based practice? How do settings and different population groups interact? In what settings should health promotion be working, and who are the best partners to work with? How do we address and evaluate the complexity of changing settings into liveable, vibrant, healthy places?

Subthemes:

Real partners, real action: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workshop is one of the pre-conference events. More information can be found at the links below.

Important dates:

Abstract submissions close 11.59pm Sunday 17 February 2013.

Presenter and early bird registrations due Tuesday 9 April 2013.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander worker conference scholarship applications close Wednesday 29 May 2013.

Contacts

Conference Office - ICMS Pty Ltd
84 Queensbridge Street
Southbank VIC 3006
Ph: 1300 792 466
Fax: (03) 9682 0288
Email: info@ahpa2013.com.au

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Last updated: 22 May 2013
 
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