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2018 SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS

We would like to thank the following sponsors and exhibitors for their support of the Public Health Prevention Conference 2018.

Principal Sponsor

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre

Ainsley Burgess, Senior Publications Officer
A: Level 13, Building 10, 235 Jones Street Ultimo NSW 2007
T: 0400 437 290
E: ainsley.burgess@saxinstitute.org.au 
W: www.preventioncentre.org.au 

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre is a national collaboration that is finding new ways to prevent Australia’s greatest health challenge: the epidemic of lifestyle-related chronic diseases. We aim to drive action by bringing together academic researchers, government and practitioners to conduct research into what works to prevent chronic disease, and to provide policy makers with the evidence and tools for a systems-based approach to prevention.

Associate Sponsor

Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education

Sarah McBride, Administrator Coordinator
A: PO Box 19 Deakin West ACT 2600
T: 02 6122 8600
E: sarah.mcbride@fare.org.au 
W: www.fare.org.au

 

The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to stop the harm caused by alcohol.

Alcohol harm in Australia is significant. More than 5,500 lives are lost every year and more than 157,000 people are hospitalised making alcohol one of our nation’s greatest preventive health challenges.

For over a 15 years, FARE has been working with communities, governments, health professionals and police across the country to stop alcohol harm by supporting world-leading research, raising public awareness and advocating for changes to alcohol policy.

Conference Function Sponsor

Australian Digital Health Agency

T: 1800 723 471
W: https://myhealthrecord.gov.au

 

Do you know about My Health Record?


By the end of 2018, every Australian will get a digital My Health Record, unless they choose not to have one. If you want a My Health Record, you don’t need to do anything - it will be created for you by the end of 2018. If you don’t want one, there will be a three-month “window” this year when you can opt out. For further information on My Health Record, visit https://myhealthrecord.gov.au

Affiliation Sponsor

Social Marketing @ Griffith

Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Diretcor Social Marketing @ Griffith
A: 170 Kessels Roads Nathan QLD 4111
T: 07 3735 6446
E: s.rundle-thiele@griffith.edu.au
W: https://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-business-school/social-marketing-griffith

 

Social Marketing @ Griffith works in partnership to deliver insight-driven, evidence-based change programs and evaluations. We are a passionate, diverse & agile team who are reinvesting in the next generation to deliver change for the better.

University of Tasmania

T: 1300 363 864
E: course.info@utas.edu.au
W: http://www.utas.edu.au/health

 

At the University of Tasmania we are the only university in the state and as such, we benefit from close links with our community, our health system and our health professionals. It’s through these close links that we have built a lasting reputation in health professional education and translational research with a local, national and global impact.

 

Email or call the UTAS Information Centre on course.info@utas.edu.au or 1300 363 864.

Exhibitors

SPRINGER

Ilaria Walker, Commissioning Editor

A: Level 1, 15-19 Claremont Street South Yarra VIC 3141

T: 03 9825 1053 or 0408 355 302
E: ilaria.walker@springer.com
W: www.springer.com

 

Springer is a leading global scholarly publisher, providing researchers in academia, institutions and government with quality content through innovative information, products and services. The world’s largest scholarly book publisher, Springer also has one of the most comprehensive collections of hybrid and open access journals. As part of Springer Nature, Springer sits alongside other trusted brands like Palgrave Macmillan Nature Research and BMC.

Photos used of Sydney on the Public Health Prevention Conference 2018 website are courtesy of Destination NSW.

Capital Health Network, ACT PHN

Carina Robison, ACT & NSW Health Pathways Program Manager
A: 2/1 Giles Circuit Deakin ACT 2600
T: 02 6287 8099
E: c.robinson@chnact.org.au
W: https://www.chnact.org.au/

 

Capital Health Network is the ACT’s primary health network.
Established under the Commonwealth of Australia’s Primary Health Network Programme Capital Health Network was established on 1 July 2015, representing the next stage of the evolution of primary care organisations that started 20 years ago with the ACT Division of General Practice and in more recent years with ACT Medicare Local.