Introducing CAPHIA Networks

CAPHIA Networks – A new offering to learn and connect with the CAPHIA community

We are pleased to announce a new offering – CAPHIA Networks to foster collaboration and expertise in specific areas of academic public health. CAPHIA Networks are informal, academic-led groups to drive professional development and best practice in an area of interest. 

How to Propose a CAPHIA Network

A short guideline on how to create and manage CAPHIA networks effectively: Proposal Have a Network idea in mind?

CAPHIA Board of Directors – Nominations open for 2 x vacancies

CAPHIA Board Vacancies – Elected Directors
The Council of Academic Public Health Institutions Australasia (CAPHIA) is seeking nominations for two (2) Board Directors to be elected by Members. We are inviting Full Members to nominate candidates for these roles.

Nominations for Elected Director candidates must:

  • Include all required information requested into this EOI form; and
  • Be lodged by 10am Monday 16th October 2023

Please note that a Full Member may only nominate one candidate for election.

CAPHIA Chair Professor Rebecca Ivers awarded AM

CAPHIA Director and Chair, Professor Rebecca Ivers recognised in the King’s Birthday 2023 Honours List on 12 June 2023.

CAPHIA are excited to share the news that our Director and Chair, Scientia Professor Rebecca Ivers has been recognised in this year’s King’s Birthday Honours as a Member (AM) in the General Division for her significant service to community health. Professor Ivers is a global leader in the field of injury prevention and has played a major role in shaping health across communities through an impactful programme of work spanning road injury,