Masterclass: Co-Design for Health System Reform

Event: Global Public Health Week Day 3

As part of the discussion surrounding best practice in public health for Global Public Health Week, CAPHIA will present four interactive sessions featuring expert academics and practitioners from across Australasia. On Day 3, leading academics will explore co-design tools used to reform health systems.

Recording and slides now available

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Collaboration and co-design are at the heart of public health and are essential to enable health services,

Public Health Education for a Sustainable and Equitable Future: Workshop

Event: Global Public Health Week Day 4

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This workshop will explore the role of public health education in creating a sustainable and equitable future throughout Australasia. CAPHIA’s Call to Action will be presented, which addresses the following questions:

  • What is the vision and role of public health education in a sustainable and equitable future?

Expression of Interest: Present at the World Congress for Public Health

Are you attending the World Congress for Public Health in Rome?
Do you have an innovative approach to public health education?
We would love to hear from you!
The Opportunity
1. Present as part of the Global Network for Academic Public Health

2. In-person networking with CAPHIA

3. Showcase your presentation
See Expression of Interest (EOI) below. Presentation sessions will be live-tweeted by CAPHIA.
Call for Expressions of Interest

As part of a series of sessions for the World Congress on Public Health,

Recording Available: ECAPS Professional Development Seminar 4

The final seminar in the four-part Professional Development series was held on 6 December 2022. Five presentations by experienced and early career academics examined key considerations in applying for promotion at the early career stage and beyond and preparing to enter academia as an HDR student. Topics include how to know when to apply for promotion, choosing and presenting the best evidence for your application, lessons from unsuccessful applications, perspectives from the point of view of a promotion panel,

Annual General Meeting & Head of Schools Summit November 15 2022

Registration for the 2022 CAPHIA AGM and Heads of Schools Summit is now open

This year’s virtual (online) Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Heads of School Summit will take place on November 15th, 2022 from 10am – 2:45pm AEDT. Find your local time.
Agenda items include:

  1. AGM
  2. 2021-2024 Strategic Plan midway review & activity planning
  3. 2022-2024 Advocacy in Action Plan workshop
  4. CAPHIA Awards Announcement

Each member institution may elect to bring up to 3 staff to inform Strategic Planning for the upcoming period.

17th World Congress on Public Health Rome, Italy May 2-6 2023

Special Exhibitor rate for Universities + abstracts open

Theme: “A World in Turmoil: Opportunities to Focus on the Public’s Health
Date: 2nd – 6th May 2023
Location: Ergife Palace Hotel in Rome, Italy

The World Federation of Public Health (WFPHA), SItI (Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health) and ASPHER (Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region) are delighted to announce that the 17th World Congress on Public Health will be held May 2nd – 6th 2023 in Rome,

Registration Open – Collecting the evidence & impact of your teaching seminar

Collecting the evidence & impact of your teaching seminar:
1pm – 3pm AEST September 6 2022

The Early Careers Academic Subcommittee (ECAPS) are proud to present the third of four professional development seminars. This webinar builds on the first two, and connects the dots between engagement, assessment and feedback strategies and how to demonstrate teaching impact.


Purpose: To showcase practical strategies used by more experienced educators to measure the impact of their teaching.

Public Health Education Reimagined in the Post Covid Era

Early Career Academic & Postgraduate Students (ECAPS)

Webinar Series

For over two years now, the global impacts of COVID-19 or SARS-Cov2 have firmly established the importance of public health in guiding the health response. While public health knowledge, expertise, and a skilled workforce have been critical in guiding disease prevention and health protection activities, these rely on traditional public health competencies. At the same time, the pandemic has affected the tertiary education sector by widening educational inequalities among vulnerable students and accelerated trends and changes occurring in the higher education system pre-COVID.