PRACTICING WHAT WE PREACH:CONNECTIONS AND COMMUNICATION IN
PUBLIC HEALTH TEACHING & LEARNING
The Mana Hauora Building at the South Campus of the Auckland
University of Technology, 17 April 2018.
- Building and strengthening partnerships
- Catering to student needs
- Educating for the future in a dynamic world
- Quality assurance and continuous quality improvement
- Discerning technological opportunities
- First peoples' public health curriculum development and
Call for Abstracts for Papers and Workshops relating to
the Forum theme
Abstracts are invited by Wednesday, 1 February 2018 for papers
for the CAPHIA 2018 New Zealand Public Health Teaching &
Learning Forum. Expressions of interest are also invited from
those wishing to organise and convene a limited number of workshop
Abstracts may be for oral presentations (10 minutes plus 4
minutes for questions) or workshops (30-60 minutes). Abstracts must
use the template available at http://caphia.com.au/events/.
Two example abstracts with appropriate fonts, colours and line
spacing are provided in the template document.
Abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accepted papers will be confirmed before Early Bird
CAPHIA works in partnership with the Public Health Indigenous
Leaders Education (PHILE) Network and presentations related to
First Peoples' public health curriculum development and teaching
Forum Registration & Early Bird
The Registration Form is available at http://caphia.com.au/events/
with a discount for Early Bird Registration until Wednesday, 15
February 2018. For more details, please contact Dr Devin Bowles
61 2 6171 1306 or email@example.com.
The Council of Academic Public Health Institutions Australasia
(CAPHIA)is the peak body representing institutions that teach and
research public health in Australia and New Zealand (www.caphia.com.au).