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Public Health Association of NZ Conference 2005

Public Health Association of New Zealand Conference 2005

Wellington Town Hall

Wednesday 6 July - Friday 8 July

International and local keynote speakers

The conference will explore:

1. Reducing inequalities in health

Advances in understanding inequalities in the social, economic and ethnic determinants of health and health status. Presentations on mental health promotion and prison health.

2. Sustainable development

Strategies, policies and initiatives that ensure the wellbeing of current and future generations.

3. Public health law and public policy

The role of law in public health, and the contribution of policies outside the health sector to health and wellbeing.

4. Place-based public health initiatives

Successful initiatives, and lessons learnt for future initiatives that use the places where people live, work and play to improve public health and reduce inequalities.

5. Research and evaluation methods

Research and evaluation methods that are of interest to the broad range of disciplines involved in public health.

For more information visit www.pha.org.nz

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