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
Collaboration and co-design are at the heart of public health and are essential to enable health services, policies and initiatives to meet the needs of the populations they serve. The masterclass will explore co-design tools used in practice to reform health systems and allow participants to gain direct experience, ideas and skills for creating a co-design initiative.
Leading academics will present case studies showcasing best practice co-design tools and share evidence-informed recommendations with academics and public health leaders across the globe.
Co-Design for Health System Reform: Masterclass
Date: Wednesday April 5, 2023
Time: 12:30pm - 2pm AEST (Find your local time)
Format: Workshop (English), online
Registration: FREE - Register using the form above. Please allow 2-3 business days for the calendar invitations to be sent. Registrations closes Thursday 27 April 2023.
Associate Professor Hannah Tatiyaworawattanakul
Read Hannah's bio here
Associate Professor Uncle Boe Rambaldini
Macquarie University and Sydney University
Read Uncle Boe's bio here
Dr Kylie Gwynne
Read Kylie's bio here
This masterclass is the first in a series of four sessions presented by CAPHIA for Global Public Health Week. To register for one of the other events, follow the links below:
April 4, 2023
Masterclass: The Climate Crisis and Health
The World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) will commence the second edition of Global Public Health Week on April 3, 2023. This year's theme is Building a More Equitable, Sustainable, and Resilient Health System. The five-day hybrid event invites discussion surrounding promoting health and wellbeing and best practice in all sectors of public health around the globe. For more information on Global Public Health Week and the WFPHA, click here.