Congress Workshops


The below workshops are official workshops held as part of the Population Health Congress 2022. The workshops are hosted by various Organisations/Universities.

Congress workshops are included in all face-to-face registration types. Delegates are not required to register separately for these sessions.

Congress workshops will not be available to virtual delegates.

Day 2 – Thursday 23 September 2022


(LIVE – F2F Only)




7:30am – 8:45am

Racism and Public health: Adopting health justice and anti-racist approaches to public health research, policy and practice

Hosted by: Queensland University of Technology & Australian National University

Facilitated by: Associate Professor Lisa Whop, Professor Chelsea Watego, Dr David Singh (QUT), Helena Kajlich & George Newhouse



7:30am – 8:45am

Addressing methodological issues to improve the evidence on socioeconomic inequities in health

Hosted by: University of Sydney, School of Public Health

Facilitated by: Dr Saman Khalatbari-Soltani & Dr Anita van Zwieten



7:30am – 8:45am

Commercial Determinants of Health Watch-strategies to monitor corporate practice

Hosted by: The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation and University of Melbourne

Facilitated by: Lucy Westerman

 Day 3 – Friday 23 September 2022


(LIVE – F2F Only)




3:50pm – 5:20pm

Ensuring and promoting best practice in health and wellbeing research involving Indigenous and Tribal peoples and communities: A workshop for researchers, reviewers, editors, funders and more


Hosted by: University of New South Wales, Australian National University, Menzies School of Health Research &  University of Queensland

Facilitated By: Dr Kalinda Griffiths, A/Prof Lisa Whop, Prof Joan Cunningham, Dr Abbey Diaz