Public Health Indigenous Leadership in Education (PHILE) Network
The PHILE Network is a coalition of leading national Indigenous public health academics and professionals formed from the National Indigenous Public Health Curriculum Network, to build capacity of Indigenous public health teaching and learning nationally.
The Network provides a forum for Indigenous public health academics and practitioners to exchange resources and ideas, and develop policies and programs of relevance to teaching and learning activities in public health. Specifically, it builds capacity of Masters of Public Health (MPH) and undergraduate public health programs in regards to integration of Indigenous health content.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the work of the Network, and keeping up with our activities and publications, you are invited to apply to become a member. Contact us to become a member!
Both full membership and affiliated membership is available. Full Membership is open to schools and disciplines of public health in tertiary academic institutions that offer programs, research and community service activity in public health throughout Australia.
Affiliated Membership is open to associations and organisations which support the aims and objectives of the Council and are involved in public health training, but do not qualify for full membership.