SATELLITE EVENTS

Satellite Events

Satellite event refers to any activity which is independently organised, offered, and/or accredited by an organisation other than the Public Health Association of Australia, and held before, or after Population Health Congress 2022. Please note, satellite events are not part of the official Conference program and require separate registration to attend these events.

If you would like to have a Satellite event listed on the website, please download the form below and return  to events@phaa.net.au. Please note, satellite events will only be advertised if they align with the Conference objectives, and do not pose a conflict of interest.

As satellite events are confirmed, they will be added and listed in date order.

Healthy Environments and Lives (HEAL) research degree student and ECR research translation workshop

Date: Monday 19 September 2022

Venue: University of South Australia, City West Campus,

   Bradley Building (upstairs from Museum of Discovery in Room 8-18), North Tce, Adelaide

Start Time: 9:30am

Finish Time: 12:00pm

Theme: 

Healthy Environments and Lives (HEAL) Research Degree student and ECR research translation workshop.

This workshop will contain activities for HDRs and other less experienced scholars to consider how research translation may work. Participants will explore how to optimise the impact of their research, and what kinds of evidence demonstrates that. End-user engagement will also be explored.

Part I: Identifying your project outputs, stakeholders, impacts and evidence

Part II: Developing your ‘Impact Infographic’

Activities will be followed by a social activity to foster networking with the HEAL community and other public health scholars

About the event:

In addition to being an opportunity for networking with the Healthy Environments and Lives (HEAL) Network, this workshop will contain activities for HDRs and other less experienced scholars to consider how research translation may work. Participants will explore how to optimise the impact of their research, and what kinds of evidence demonstrates that. End-user engagement will also be explored.

Part I: Identifying your project outputs, stakeholders, impacts and evidence

Part II: Developing your ‘Impact Infographic’

Activities will be followed by a social activity to foster networking with the HEAL community and other public health scholars

Includes morning tea and refreshments.

Target audience: 

1) HDR students and Early Career Researchers in Public, Population and Environmental Health fields

2) Researchers seeking to network with the NHMRC-funded HEAL Network SA Regional Hub

Host: 

Craig Williams, HEAL SA Hub Leader, University of South Australia

craig.williams@unisa.edu.au | 08 8302 1906 (contact for any queries) 

See Event Flier for Registration types and more info

Cost:

(Registration is free)

The value of political economy to understanding public health in a changing world

Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre

Start Time: 9:30am

Finish Time: 5:00pm

Theme: 

Applying a political economy lens to public health research, education and practice

About the event:

The pre-conference workshop is a highlight of the year for the PHAA's Political Economy of Health Special Interest Group. It builds knowledge, enthusiasm and collegiality.
 

The 2022 workshop program includes:

  • discussion of the state of health and health systems across Australia

  • critical analysis of the value of  political economy to understanding public health

  • opportunities to renew and establish friendships, network with like-minded people, and have fun including an introduction to the value of protest songs.
     

Everyone is welcome: SIG members, expert political economists, newcomers to the field just wanting to explore the value of political economy.    

Target audience: 

Any Congress attendee with an interest in and/or would like to increase their understanding of the political economy of health.

Host: 

PHAA Political Economy of Health SIG

Deborah Gleeson

d.gleeson@latrobe.edu.au | 0423 209 029

Cost:                            PEH SIG member    Student      Other

Registration (F2F)      $20                           $10             $40

 

William Redfern Oration

Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Riverbank 1

Start Time: 3:00pm

Finish Time: 4:00pm

About the event:

Each year the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM) invites an iconic speaker to present the William Redfern Oration. The oration was instituted in 1994 to acknowledge the pioneer work of Dr William Redfern in public health medicine in Australia.

Target audience: 

AFPHM members and other congress attendees

Host: 

Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM)

Cost:

(Registration is free)

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Health Promotion Workforce Workshop

Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Venue: National Wine Centre – The Gallery Room,
Corner of Hackney Road and Botanic Road

Start Time: 3:30pm

Finish Time: 5:00pm

About the event:

The National Preventive Healthy Strategy 2021-2030 highlights an immediate priority of enhancing public health workplace planning. To begin that journey here in SA, Wellbeing SA and the Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA) recently launched an evidence-informed review to support the development of the South Australian Health Promotion Workforce Strategy.

 

This workshop provides an important opportunity for health promotion practitioners and academics from a range of sectors across jurisdictions to meet to share insights on the outcomes of the review and how it could be applied in a local context, and what else needs to be considered in the development of a comprehensive health promotion workforce strategy.

 

This is an interactive session to discuss how the recommendations presented in the report can be actioned to deliver a strong, capable and sustainable health promotion workforce that can respond to the diverse and emerging needs of Australian populations.

Target audience: 

  • Health promotion practitioners

  • Community development officers

  • Policy officers and project officers

  • Academics

  • Students

Host: 

Wellbeing SA and the Australian Health Promotion Association 

Contact for more information:

Joanna Overell at: Joanna.Overell@sa.gov.au or 0448 691 774

Cost:

(Registration is free)

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First Nations Workshop - Building Knowledge Exchange Skills

Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Venue: Virtual event

Start Time: 11:00am

Finish Time: 2:00pm

About the event:

Participants will have the opportunity to hear from experienced speakers and Indigenous/First Nations people working in health promotion, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Māori - Indigenous people of Aotearoa (New Zealand), and Indigenous people from Pacific Island Nations.

 

This workshop is designed to:

  • Support and empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to share their work and stories widely across different platforms.

  • Promote how to engage individuals and organisations in better supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander/Indigenous driven and led health promotion and preventative ill health initiatives.

Target audience: 

​AHPA, AEA, AFPHM & PHAA members, Indigenous/First Nations people working in health promotion as well as people working in Indigenous health and with Indigenous/First Nations communities.

Host: 

Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA)

Contact for more information:

Call 1300 857 796

See Event Flier  more info

Cost:

(Registration is free)

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Gerry Murphy Prize and AFPHM President's Awards

Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Riverbank 1

Start Time: 4:30pm

Finish Time: 6:00pm (tbc)

About the event:

The Gerry Murphy Prize is awarded annually to the best oral presentation by an AFPHM Advanced Trainee. Following the regional competitions held in November, trainees from across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand will compete in the final competition at the Population Health Congress.

 

Join us when AFPHM President, Professor Jeanette Ward presents the AFPHM President’s Awards for Outstanding Contribution to two deserving winners, to recognise their contributions to the Faculty.

Target audience: 

AFPHM members and other congress attendees

Host: 

Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM)

Cost:

(Registration is free)

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AFPHM Cocktail Function

Date: Tuesday 20 September 2022

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Riverbank 1

Start Time: 6:00pm

Finish Time: 7:00pm

About the event:

AFPHM Fellows and trainees are invited to conclude the day with fellow members and friends over canapés and drinks at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Take this opportunity to mingle and network, see familiar faces again or meet new acquaintances.

Target audience: 

AFPHM members and other congress attendees

Host: 

Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM)

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PHAA Health Promotion Special Interest Group Networking Event

Date: Wednesday 21 September 2022

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre, Room E1

Start Time: 1:00pm

Finish Time: 1:45pm

Why You Should Attend the Networking Event?

  • LEARN about the Health Promotion SIG

  • LISTEN from the 2022 Award Winners

  • CONNECT with your peers

  • UNWIND in between sessions

Who we are:

  • Our SIG focuses on health promotion, prevention and education across the breadth of public health

What we do:

  • Bring together members with an interest in Health Promotion

  • Participate in the development of policies and position papers

  • Engage in advocacy activities, including writing submissions and advocacy letters to Parliamentary Inquiries and Government Consultations

  • Provide access to events such as conferences, workshops, webinars, etc.

  • Provide access to cutting-edge news and updates on public health activities and programs

  • Provide awards and travel scholarships every year for SIG members

Host: 

PHAA Health Promotion SIG

Cost:                          

(no need to register; no cost)

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Analysis planning for causal inference

Date: Saturday 24 September 2022

Venue: SAHMRI Auditorium

Start Time: 8:00am

Finish Time: 4:00pm

About the event:

The vast majority of observational studies in clinical and public health research ask “causal” questions, for example about the effect of treatments, policies, behaviours and other exposures on health outcomes. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to key causal inference concepts, with an emphasis on analysis planning to strengthen the quality of conclusions we draw from data.

Host: 

Australasian Epidemiological Association

Cost:                                   AEA member      Non AEA member

Full registration                $200                     $400

Student registration         $100                      $200

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