If you would like the State Government Ministerial Offices Contact List, you can download it here. State_Govt_Minis_Offices_Contact_List_22_March_2017.01
Media Workshop – TV and Radio Do you want to increase your skills in front of a TV camera? Do you want to be able to answer the journalists’ questions without hesitating? If you answered yes to these, then come along to the media workshop being facilitated by PHAIWA on
Read all the latest unhealthy or misleading advertisements collected in the last three months. Bin the Spin – Round 28
Twelve health agencies are hosting the 2017 WA Public Health Pre-Election Forum on the 14th February. Date: Tuesday 14th February 2017 Time: 1:45pm for a 2:00pm start (estimated finish 3:30pm) Location: The Bendat Parent and Community Centre, 36 Dodd Street, Wembley WA 6014 Cost: Free RSVP: by Friday 10th February via
Please find the December edition of our newsletter here. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We have released our 2017 WA Election Platform. We have identified six priority areas where investments and commitments can be made to ensure the health and well-being of all West Australians. Political Ask One – Public Health at the Local Government Level Political Ask Two – Public Health for Aboriginal
Australia’s Solutions http://apo.org.au/resource/sugary-drinks-tax-recovering-community-costs-obesity In this article, it is proposed that a tax on sugary drinks of 40 cents per 100 grams of sugar, on all non-alcoholic, water-based drinks that contain added sugar should be added in an effort to recoup some of the costs of obesity to the community. http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2016-11-11/doctors-groups-call-for-sugar-tax-to-tackle-obesity/8012626?pfmredir=sm
PHAIWA welcomes a new formal partnership with the Injury Control Council of Western Australia (ICCWA). If you receive our JournalWatch service you will see an injury prevention journal added to the mix in 2017. To find out more information about ICCWA visit https://www.iccwa.org.au/.
The Epidemiology Branch has released a fact sheet on the Overview of the burden of disease in Western Australia, 2011. This is the first fact sheet in a series providing the most recent available WA data for 200 diseases and nearly 30 risk factors from the Australian Burden of Disease