Public Health Advocacy Short Course

Monday 29 November to Friday 3 December 2021

This skills-based and interactive online course will enable participants to gain a comprehensive understanding of advocacy concepts, frameworks and core skills, how advocacy can value add and a systematic process of planning advocacy.

Presenter(s):  Associate Professor Melissa Stoneham,  Dr Michael Moore AM,  Associate Professor Christina Pollard,  Dr Jonathan Hallett,  Dr Sandro Demaio,  Barry McGuire,  Janine Freeman,  Gary Humphries AO,  Linda Savage,  Elizabeth Chester

Discounts available: 

  • 10% off for members of Australian Health Promotion Association, Dietitians Australia, Environmental Health Association and Public Health Association of Australia.
  • 2 for 1 registration for PhD students studying in a School of Public/Population Health and their supervisor to learn how to maximise your research impact through advocacy action.

This course can also be used as an optional unit within the Curtin Diploma/Master of Public Health. Registered Health Promotion Practitioners may claim this course for continuing professional development (CPD) activities.

“… a big thank you to you and your team for offering such an outstanding event. It was a privilege and pleasure to engage with other like-minded people. Your facilitators and guest speakers/panels were a testament to your networking and advocacy engagement activities.”

“The week was great and helped me to really see how advocacy is done from a different perspective”