The PHAIWA series of Opinion Pieces features emerging public health practitioners who are ideally placed to contribute to the debate around the future of public health, policy and advocacy. These Opinion Piece Seminars provide a greater diversity of perspectives and ideas, from people who often do not have the opportunity to be heard.

Inaugural PHAIWA Opinion Piece Seminar
The first seminar series was held on the 11th of June 2010 and was a great success. The Topic for the first opinion piece was  “Principles, values and beliefs of public health – how can they be more visible and persuasive with the public, politicians and decision makers”. With presentations from Jonathan Hallett, Leesa Tapping, Eleanor Costello and Emma Croager.

PHAIWA Opinion Piece Seminar

[L-R]: Emma Croager, Leesa Tapping, Eleanor Costello, Melissa Stoneham and Jonathan Hallett


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