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AU Health Prom Assn
The Australian Health Promotion Association is Australia’s peak body for people involved in the practice, research and study of health promotion.
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Dan Andrews Mar 29
I know the majority of Victorians are doing the right thing by staying home – but we're still seeing groups of people meeting up and carrying on as normal. This cannot continue. So from 11.59pm tonight, Victoria will introduce Stage 3 restrictions.
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 27
Hi HP crew-some members have indicated they will use some time at home to complete their application to become an IUHPE AHPA registered We are going to run another couple of webinars to provide some advice & Q+A.
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 27
Hi HP crew-some members have indicated they will use some time at home to complete their application to become an IUHPE AHPA registered We are going to run another couple of webinars to provide some advice & Q+A.
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 27
Oops sorry everyone that was meant to be on my own Twitter!
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 27
Hurray go for it!! It took me quite a while as I didn’t pay enough attention to the guidance - kept writing a job application. Once I stopped that and just gave pertinent examples for each criteria it was faster! Evidence of learning took a while too but great feeling now
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Sharon Friel Mar 24
The securitization of health in action. Lets get a strong public health voice into those discussions
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Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands ❤️💛🖤 Mar 25
Aboriginal and News Alert No 19 Intro 10 Help/ supports from Looking after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak plus managing your mental health
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Public Interest Journalism Initiative Mar 26
MEDIA RELEASE: Government must act now to save public interest journalism || We are calling on the Fed Govt to enact emergency measures to save our news industry at a time that so clearly demonstrates its role in Australia's emergency infrastructure.
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Melissa Sweet Mar 26
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Melissa Sweet Mar 26
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Fran Baum Mar 26
Our South Australia community health centres achieved so much with so little and could now we helping so much with local responses to they wre recognised by as world leading
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NSW Nurses & Midwives Mar 27
BREAKING It’s unspeakable that over 600 nurses have lost their jobs in the midst of this crisis. The government needs to fix this mess that they have created.
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Melissa Stoneham Mar 24
Mental Health matters, always, & especially during this pandemic. This is excellent from the Canadian Commission for Mental Health.
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Kristy Schirmer Mar 22
I don’t know how James Smith and Jenni Judd wrote this so quickly, but it’s a good read for professionals re
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 23
Particularly programs that address the populations described in the article (for example see other article shared by on housing and homelessness).
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 23
Hi crew, online if anyone wants to chat about the latest editorial or just say hi to your fellow HP peeps out there.
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Marie McInerney Mar 23
This is a worry for public interest journalism, spreading official messages etc HT
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 23
3) Reflect with us on pragmatic measures to support those most vulnerable to ensure daily living conditions are met, they have information to keep themselves & others safe and healthy, they are socially connected & able to meaningfully participate in the life of our communities.
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 23
2) & examine the vital role of the health promotion profession in pandemics advocating for pragmatic measures that reach people most in need. Full article here: . If you feel motivated, jump online & chat.
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AU Health Prom Assn Mar 23
1)This year we will launch a virtual Journal Club. What better way to prepare than reading a bit of homegrown commentary! Check out the latest offering from , COVID‐19: Vulnerability & the power of privilege in a pandemic. Make a cuppa & have a read.
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