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2018 SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS

We would like to thank the following sponsors and exhibitors for their support of the Australian Public Health Conference 2019.

Sponsors

Principal Sponsor

Australian Government Department of Health

W: www.health.gov.au

 

The Department of Health is committed to achieving our vision of better health and wellbeing for all Australians, now and for future generations. Our strategic priorities are to drive better health and aged care outcomes and reduced inequality; deliver an affordable, accessible, efficient, safe, and high quality health and aged care system; and promote better sport outcomes.

Our purpose is to lead and shape Australia’s health and aged care system and sporting outcomes through evidence-based policy, well targeted programs and best practice regulation. We will achieve this through six outcomes – health system policy, design and innovation; health access and support services; sport and recreation; individual health benefits; regulation, safety and protection; and ageing and aged care

Associate Sponsor

NSW Ministry of Health

Dawn Arneman, Manager, Population Health Training

A: 73 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW 2060

T: 9391 9956

E: darne@doh.health.nsw.gov.au

W: www.health.nsw.gov.au

The purpose of NSW Health is to plan the provision of comprehensive, balanced and coordinated health services to promote, protect, develop, maintain and improve the health and wellbeing of the people of New South Wales. (Source: Health Administration Act 1982 No 135, Section 5.)

NSW Health is the largest health care system in Australia, and one of the largest in the world. Each year, NSW Health cares for millions of people and oversees investment worth billions of dollars in patient care, building, equipment, technology and research. NSW Health employs around 114,597 staff (full-time equivalent 2016-17).

Support Sponsor

Department for Health and Wellbeing

Katina D'Onise, Executive Director, Prevention and Population Health Branch 

A: PO Box 6 Rundle Mall Adelaide SA 5000

T: 08 8226 6031 / 0404 461 788

E: katina.d'onise@sa.gov.au 

W: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au

The Prevention and Population Health Branch works to build better health outcomes and avoid or defer the onset of preventable diseases and disabilities. The Branch is made up of a range of teams that make specific contributions to the illness prevention and health promotion agenda, using evidence-based strategies and processes to deliver the program of work. Together the Prevention and Population Health Branch teams form an integrated response to the complex prevention and population health challenges within South Australia

Affiliation Sponsor

School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW

Anil Singh-Prakash, Executive Officer

A: Samuels Building, UNSW, Sydney NSW 2052

T: 02 9385 2446

E: a.prakash@unsw.edu.au 

W: https://sphcm.med.unsw.edu.au/

The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) in Sydney at the University of New South Wales is a leading postgraduate educator in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region through our Masters programs in Public Health, International Public Health, Health Management and Infectious Diseases Intelligence, including a range of specialisations, dual degrees, and research degrees. All our Masters coursework programs are available fully online or face to face.  Infectious diseases is a major area of research and teaching strength at UNSW, and UNSW is the top ranked Australian university in infectious diseases research and in the top 50 in the world. We offer opportunities for internships in Australia and overseas. For senior health professionals, our Future Health Leaders program offers the opportunity to complete a professional doctorate while working. UNSW is part of the PLUS Alliance with Arizona State University and Kings College London. Students doing our degrees can choose subjects from ASU or KCL as part of our Global Learning Network.The Bachelor of International Public Health is a new fully online program which is designed to build and strengthen the international public health workforce. With courses available as part of Plus Alliance it is a unique experience and immerses students in a virtual global classroom, allowing students to study when and where they want.

Conference Dinner Sponsor

City of Adelaide and Adelaide Town Hall

Exhibitors

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

Tara Hoyne, Development & Marketing Manager

A: ECU 2 Bradford Street Mt Lawley WA 6050

T: 08 6306109

E: t.hoyne@ecu.edu.au

W: www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is an innovative unique web resource that aims to inform practice and policy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health by making the evidence base freely accessible via the Internet www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au, Since 1997, the HealthInfoNet is helping to close the gap in health between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. Their knowledge exchange research aims at providing the knowledge and other information needed for practitioners and policy-makers to make informed decisions.

HESTA

Amy Baker, Partnership Coordinator

A: Level 20, 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000

T: 0438 729 583

E: abaker@hesta.com.au

W: hesta.com.au

Here for you We're the industry super fund dedicated to people who provide some of the best health and community services in the world. With more than 840,000 members and $50 billion invested globally on their behalf, we've learned a thing or two about looking after our members.

 

Issued by H.E.S.T. Australia Ltd ABN 66 006 818 695 AFSL No. 235249, Trustee of Health Employees Superannuation Trust Australia (HESTA) ABN 64 971 749 321. Before making a decision about HESTA products you should read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (call 1800 813 327 or visit hesta.com.au for a copy), and consider all relevant risks (hesta.com.au/understandingrisk).        

Public Health and Tropical Medicine - James Cook University

Lars Henning, Academic Head

A: 1 James Cook Drive, Douglas QLD 4011

T: 07 4781 5162

E: lars.henning@jcu.edu.au

W: www.jcu.au

The discpline of Public Health and Tropical Medicine offers a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (MPH&TM) and a Master of Public Health (MPH), as well as Certificate and Diploma level courses covering core public health competencies with a particular focus on tropical, rural and remote environments, offered through online and face-to-face delivery in semester and block mode. The Discipline also plays a key role in embedding public health curriculum across undergraduate health professional courses and in Australia and the region.     

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

A: 1 Thynne Street Bruce ACT 2617

T: 02 6244 1000

E: info@aihw.gov.au

W: www.aihw.gov.au

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare provides high-quality and independent evidence—used by many to improve policies and services on health and welfare issues and topics, including  expenditure, hospitals, disease, injury, mental health, ageing, homelessness, housing, disability, child protection, and the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

End Alcohol Advertising in Sport

Kamara Buchanan, Communications Officer

A: PO Box 19 Deakin West ACT 2600

T: 02 6122 8600

E: kamara.buchanan@fare.org.au

W: www.endalcoholadvertisinginsport.org.au

The End Alcohol Advertising in Sport campaign is a people-powered campaign which aims to stop the loophole that allows the alcohol industry to advertise its product to kids during Australia's favourite sports. Alcohol sponsorship of sport impacts both players and spectators. It is associated with hazardous drinking by those playing the sport and communicates strong messages about alcohol brands and drinking that are absorbed by children. By signing up to the campaign, we can put pressure on Governments to change the legislation and end alcohol advertising in sport.