News & Events

Recent news

Introducing CHETRE's new Indigenous Health Lead - Suzanne Ingram

Introducing CHETRE's new Indigenous Health Lead - Suzanne Ingram

18 January 2017

New Health Lead on Gadaga project. 

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CPHCE Strategic Plan 2016-2020

12 January 2017

The new centre draft strategic plan is now available for comment. 

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CPHCE 2016 Annual Forum

2 September 2016

Thank you all for joining us on Wednesday 24/08/2016 at UNSW for CPHCE Annual Forum. We welcomed about 100 guests to share the research outcomes despite the end-of-winter unstable weather and traffic jams caused by light rail work around Randwick. 

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Events

Work Physical Activity and Health Promotion Seminar

Thursday, 13 April 2017 - 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Hugh Dixson Theatre, Ground Floor, ASGM Building, Gate 11, UNSW

CPHCE is hosting the ‘Work Physical Activity and Health Promotion’ seminar with guest speaker Professor Susanne Tittlbach on THU 13th April from 12pm-2pm at Hugh Dixson Theatre, Ground Floor, ASGM Building, Gate 11, UNSW.

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Planning Health Promotion Programmes

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 - 9:00am – 4:00pm

The Hugh Dixson Room - AGSM Building - Bldg G27 - University of New South Wales - enter via Gate 11 Botany Street, Randwick.

This day will focus on developing theory-based and evidence-based interventions applied to health promotion and disease prevention.

The emphasis of the work will be on applying the Intervention Mapping process.

Intervention Mapping is a protocol for the design of health education & promotion programmes, guiding health promoters through a series of steps that will assist them in theory-based and evidence-based programme development.

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Masterclass - Planning Health Promotion Programmes

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Hugh Dixson Room – AGSM Building, Bldg G27 –University of New South Wales enter via Gate 11 Botany Street, Randwick

This day will focus on developing theory-based and evidence-based interventions applied to health promotion and disease prevention. The emphasis of the work will be on applying the Intervention Mapping process. Intervention Mapping is a protocol for the design of health education & promotion programmes, guiding health promoters through a series of steps that will assist them in theory-based and evidence-based programme development.

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