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WA Public Health Pre-Election Forum 2021

WA Public Health Pre-Election Forum 2021

PHAIWA and partners were proud hosts of the WA 2021 Pre-Election Forum. More than 130 people attended the 2021 WA Public Health Pre-Election Forum in person and online. Participants heard from the Deputy Premier and the Minister for Health and Mental Health, Hon Roger...

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2020 Local Government Policy Awards

2020 Local Government Policy Awards

PHAIWA 2020 LOCAL GOVERNMENT POLICY AWARDS   This year marked the 10th Anniversary of the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA, Local Government Policy Awards. Since 2008, PHAIWA has worked to influence policy, through the promotion and implementation of public...

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Six Steps to Stopping Germs – A new video launch

Six Steps to Stopping Germs – A new video launch

Six Steps to Stopping Germs – A new video launch By Dr Mel Stoneham, Onike’ Williams, Fiona Lange and Scott MacKenzie COVID-19 has changed our lives. It has changed the way we work, the way we socialise, the way we travel and our hygiene habits. The importance of face...

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Aboriginal Media Training Workshops

Aboriginal Media Training Workshops

Getting positive stories about your community and told by you into the media. Are you an Aboriginal practitioner working in a regional or remote community? PHAIWA in partnership with Healthway is running introductory media workshops for you! These hands-on, skills...

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Project showcases 130 positive Aboriginal stories

Project showcases 130 positive Aboriginal stories

Launched in 2011 to recognise and celebrate the achievements and stories of Australian Aboriginal people and their communities, the WA Indigenous Storybook project has since produced ten books and now a new video, launched by PHAIWA and funded by Healthway. The video...

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Ultra Processed Foods “UPFs have rapidly displaced unprocessed or minimally processed foods, freshly prepared meals, and traditional cooking in the diet in most countries, causing significant nutritional, social, economic, and environmental disruption and damage worldwide”

This @anzjph article states 60% of homes in very remote areas don’t have access to clean water & recommends we work towards the @UN_SDG 6:clean water & sanitation. That’s what our project is achieving! https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1753-6405.13101 @_PHAA_ @PHAIWA @DrMelStoneham @CurtinMedia @DrNikkiP

The West Australian Indigenous Storybook is a great initiative. We have now published a chapter about it in Arts & Health Promotion that was released today! You can download it here- https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-56417-9 Thanks to my co-authors @DrCDavies & Ray from @NirrumbukEHS @HealthwayWA

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It’s so refreshing to work with community led clubs. Just off a Zoom meeting with the @Rotary trachoma regional champions who agreed to fund another washer/dryer trailer for remote communities! Heartfelt thanks. @EndingTrachoma @PHAIWA @CurtinMedia @mmoore50 @MelissaSweetDr

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Did you know we have a portable washer/dryer trailer available for use in Goldfields remote communities? Interested? The online booking form is https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/washer-dryerbooking @PHAIWA @DrMelStoneham @Jo_AnneMorgan @Rotary @RobertMullane @IsabelMoussalli @CityofKalBould @MelissaSweetDr

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