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Notices from Health Promotion Forum: July 2017

Thursday, July 20, 2017   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: funding, newsletter, Training, conferences, Courses, health promotion, workshop

Kia ora and greetings

The Health Promotion Forum (HPF) has 25 years’ experience in offering training to meet the needs of a range of communities, programmes and service providers.

From our flagship Certificate of Achievement (also known as the ‘short course’) to a range of tailored workshops, the Forum offers a calendar of professional development opportunities across the country and all year ‘round.

These are reflected in our three main goals.

  1. To strengthen public health action by contributing to the development of an effective and sustainable health promotion sector.
  2. To strengthen the infrastructure of the public health sector by improving health promotion capability and capacity, strengthening leadership, improving collaboration, and strengthening communication.
  3. To develop an effective and sustainable health promotion workforce.

The Certificate of Achievement in Introducing Health Promotion is a level 4 Manukau Institute of Technology qualification. MIT are a registered NZQA provider who has partnered with the Health Promotion Forum of NZ to provide this course.

There are a limited number of scholarships available. Contact Emma Frost for a scholarship application form (emma@hauora.co.nz or 09 300 3734). The scholarship offers you free admission to the course including course materials and morning and afternoon refreshments. Criteria conditions apply.

Certificate of Achievement in Introducing Health Promotion

Have you thought about putting a qualification to your health promotion skills or is it time to upskill and further develop your work as a health promoter?

“Continuous interaction with the class, and always ensuring we related the topics discussed to our individual work through our organisations and communities. Made us understand the topics clearly and in depth.” - student quote.

Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm each day.
Cost: $512.50 per person (including GST).

View the HPF terms and conditions about course cancellations and withdrawals. You are required to attend both blocks.

Get more information on enrolment for the Certificate of Achievement (CoA) shortcourses. Don't forget that we have scholarships available.

Let us know if you would like this course delivered in your area.

Download the brochure on the HPF Certificate of Achievement in Introducing Health Promotion.

Nelson Shortcourse

Block One: Tuesday 8th to Friday 11th August 2017.
Block Two: Tuesday 5th to Friday 8th September 2017.
Location: Trailways Motor Inn (66 Trafalgar Street, Nelson).

Register online now for this Nelson course.

Auckland Shortcourse

Block One: Tuesday 12th to Friday 15th September 2017.
Block Two: Tuesday 10th to Friday 13th October 2017.
Location: Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT).

Online registrations will open soon for this Auckland course.

Social Determinants of Health

Date: Friday 18th August 2017
Location: Tohora House at Whangarei Hospital
Cost: $76.50 per person for HPF members, and $125 for non-members. All proces include GST.

Registrations will open soon for this workshop.

Contact the Health Promotion Forum for more information on this course.

Determinants of Health Workshop

Take advantage of this online course where you can study when and where it suits you! The Determinants of Health online workshop contains:

  • Youtube clips, TED talks and resources to help you explore the topic further
  • Online activities that you need to complete
  • An opportunity for you to share your knowledge with other participants

The workshop is delivered in 4 sections:

  • Introduction
  • Housing and Education as examples of social determinants of health
  • Equity
  • Health promotion actions

On completion of the workshop you will receive a certificate of accomplishment.

The cost is $99 per person including GST.

Follow these simple steps to get started:

  • Go to OnlineCPD.co.nz
  • Create an account by clicking the Sign Up link at the top right corner.
  • After receiving your instant confirmation email, you will be logged into OnlineCPD.
  • Navigate to the course enrolment by clicking the Provider link at the top of your home page.

Visit the HPF website for more information on this online course.

NZ Population Health Congress: 18th to 20th April 2018

"Sharing solutions, shaping our future wellbeing.  Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini" - My strength is not as an individual, but as a collective.

Join with us in working to improve the wellbeing of all New Zealanders.

Find out more about the submission guidelines and how to submit your abstract. The call for abstracts closes on Monday 2nd October 2017.

Registration to open in August 2017.

Visit the NZ Population Health Congress website for more updates.

Jobs

Did you know that as an HPF member you can list your vacancies here? Contact the Health Promotion Forum to discuss your next job advertisement.

In the news

"Promoting Health In Aotearoa New Zealand" is now available in e-format.

2018-19 New Zealand Harkness Fellowship in Health Care Policy and Practice

The Commonwealth Fund is pleased to invite you to nominate a candidate for the 2018-19 New Zealand Harkness Fellowship in Health Care Policy and Practice. The Harkness Fellowships were established in 1925 and modeled after the Rhodes Scholarships and aim to produce the next generation of health policy leaders in participating countries.

While all interested applicants are welcome to apply, we encourage nominations and appreciate your taking the time to identify potential applicants for this prestigious Fellowship program.

Please email the Commonwealth Fund the following nomination information as soon as possible (ro[at]cmwf.org). Application materials will be emailed directly to your nominee.

  • Candidate’s Name:
  • Candidate’s Job Title:
  • Organization:
  • Email:

Each fellowship provides up to USD$130,000 in support covering:

  • roundtrip airfare to the United States,
  • living allowance,
  • project-related travel,
  • travel to fellowship seminars,
  • health insurance, and
  • US federal and state taxes.

A family supplement (i.e. $60,000 for partner and two children up to age 18) is also provided to cover airfare, living allowance, and health insurance.

The deadline for receipt of applications from New Zealand is Tuesday 5th September 2017.

Find out more about the Commonwealth Fund's Harkness Fellowships.

Contact Director of the Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice Robin Osborn with any additional questions about eligibility, the project, or the application process (ro[at]cmwf.org).

The Commonwealth Fund is a private foundation established in 1918 and based in New York. They aim to promote a high performing health care system that achieves better access, improved quality, and greater efficiency, particularly for society’s most vulnerable.

Update from the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE)

Check out what's happening globally at the International Union for Health Promotion and Education website.

Make sure you join us in 2019 when we host the next IUHPE Conference in Rotorua.

Check out the interview with Executive Director of HPF Sione Tu'itahi as he explains why New Zealand is the perfect host for a conference based on planetary health and sustainable development.

Revised Policy Statement on Ending the Tobacco Epidemic in NZ

The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine recently reviewed their policy statement on ‘Ending the Tobacco Epidemic in New Zealand’. This review was led by Professor Richard Edwards - one of their Fellows.

The NZCPHM recommends that a Smokefree 2025 action plan should be urgently developed by the Government, including specific measures to ensure that Smokefree 2025 is achieved for Māori and Pacific peoples.

The NZCPHM is concerned about the recent smoking rates data from the New Zealand Health Survey. The NZCPHM is recommending to the Government that it urgently develops an action plan to achieve the end of the tobacco epidemic for all peoples in New Zealand, including:

  • a strong emphasis on Māori focused outcomes
  • a range of priority measures across different types and levels of interventions
  • one or more ‘endgame’ strategies.

Contact NZCPHM Executive Officer Kate Geden for more information (kate@nzcphm.org.nz or 04 472 9183).

Final word

Our website is undergoing changes and we apologise to anyone who has experienced problems registering for workshops or our shortcourses. Contact Emma Frost if you are having difficulties (emma[at]hauora.co.nz or 09 300 3071).

Become a member of HPF and benefit from discounts on workshops.


Check out the HPF Calendar of Events for updates.

For more news and information, check out the:

Contact Emma Frost for all enquiries on the above notices (emma[at]hauora.co.nz or 09 300 3071).

Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand
PO Box 99 064
Newmarket, Auckland 1149
09 300 3071

HPF is the umbrella organisation for all those who identify health promotion as part of their work. The HPF is founded on the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Ottawa Charter. This non-profit organisation provides information, training and resources to build the workforce and health promotion leadership.

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