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The Rohingya Little Local

9 April 2019

The Rohingya Little Local, as part of Can Get Health in Canterbury, provided funding to the Rohingya community in Canterbury. The aim in providing this funding and program support was to enhance the capacity, confidence and skills of community members to improve social connection, health and wellbeing within the Rohingya community in Canterbury – their local environment. The community chose to use these funds to organise a futsal tournament and dinner. The event, held in January 2019, was attended by 172 people. Additionally, the community will also use the funds to organise a family picnic later in the year.

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CPHCE Staff Day 2018

17 December 2018

CPHCE’s second staff development day of 2018 will held on 12 Dec 2018 at the Camperdown Commons. 

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New Article from Croakey.com on CPHCE forum profiles innovation and empowerment in communities

New Article from Croakey.com on CPHCE forum profiles innovation and empowerment in communities

4 October 2018

New Article from Croakey.com on CPHCE: 'Making health literacy everyone’s business – #CPHCE forum profiles innovation and empowerment in communities' 

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Events

Health Impact Assessment and Infrastructure Opportunities for the health sector

Monday, 6 May 2019 - 10:00am – 12:00pm

Colonial Room, Ground Floor, AGSM Building, Gate 11 UNSW 

The second Health Impact Assessment Unit Workshop for 2019 will focus on health impact assessment and infrastructure projects.

The program will be made up of a presentation by Ben Cave, a health impact assessment and strategic environmental assessment practitioner from the UK, followed by a facilitated workshop discussion on implications and opportunities for the health sector.

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Research Policy & Practice Workshop

Thursday, 18 April 2019 - 10:00am – 1:00pm

UNSW AGSM Hugh Dixson theatre

You are invited to an exclusive CPHCE workshop where we will explore the dynamics between research, policy development, and practical work with individuals and communities for better health and health equity.

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Planning for Health Advanced Approaches in HIA

Thursday, 4 April 2019 - 10:00am – 12:00pm

Boardroom, Level 1, Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, 1 Campbell Street, Liverpool NSW 2170

Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a well-established approach that supports decision making and planning processes with information about the potential effects of new policies, plans and projects on health and health equity. HIA provides evidence-based recommendations on how to maximise health benefits, minimise potential harms and support health equity.

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