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Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa eUpdate 204

Wednesday, February 22, 2017   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, nutrition, physical activity, asian health, Training, cycling

This e-update is jam-packed with variety, find out more about Asian health, cycling, take a survey and view a webinar! Webinars are a quick and easy way to boost your professional development. Take advantage of the webinars below and register today. 

Got 3 mins? Take the PHA survey

Survey.The Public Health Association appreciate your thoughts on public health workforce development issues. Information collected from the survey and community consultations will help inform Te Uru Kahikatea to continue its contribution to improving Māori health and achieve health equity.

The survey closes on Friday 24th February 2017.

Take the survey on public health workforce development now.

Asian Health Outcomes Report

The International Benchmarking of Asian Health Outcomes for Waitemata and Auckland DHBs' report looked at the Asian population in Auckland.

It has been developed to profile and assess the health of both DHBs' Asian population in an international context alongside other Western and Asian nations.

The report includes useful statistics particular to nutrition and physical activity.

Why Sitting is not the 'New Smoking'.

Man cycling on a stationary bike trying to use a laptop.Read this new article that nicely summarises all the latest research on the effects of sitting on health - from "The Conversation".

Toi Tangata Webinar: He tapu te ūpoko - Stroke prevention

Join this webinar with Nita Brown (Māori Health Advisor for the Stroke Foundation of New Zealand) to learn about stroke, learn about blood pressure, and learn F.A.S.T (onset stroke symptoms) to save another person’s life!

Date and Time: Wednesday 8th March 2017, starting at 10am

Register online to join this stroke prevention webinar from Toi Tangata.

Upcoming NZRA Webinars

NZ Recreation Association. Working Successfully with the Media

This webinar is for you if your organisation would like to get more of your great stories into the media on a budget.

Date and Time: Tuesday 7th March 2017, starting at 2pm

Register online for this NZRA webinar on working with the media.

Community Engagement – Award winning examples 

This webinar will present three NZRA award winning examples of community engagement from the recreation and sport sector. This webinar is for you if your work involves engaging with communities or interest groups.

Date and Time: Tuesday 28th February 2017, starting at 2pm

Register online for this NZRA seminar on community engagement.

The Magic of Cycling 

Watch a video from CycleSpace trying to capture the magic of cycling.

Screenshot of CycleSpace video on cycling.

Thanks for reading our update.

Kind regards - ngā mihi
The team at ANA

Editors note: Views expressed in this e-update do not necessarily represent the views of Agencies for Nutrition Action, its member organisations or its funders.

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