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Te Rongo from the Health Promotion Forum: October 2022

Wednesday, October 26, 2022   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, health promotion

Fakaalofa lahi Atu HPF's Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Thursday 17th November, and we're currently inviting nominations from our financial member organisations around Aotearoa to the Board, which has six vacancies. If you know someone who has the governance skills and experience to steer the direction and contribute to the advancement of Health Promotion in Aotearoa, we encourage you to send in your nominations by midday on Thursday 27th October.

We have just held our webishop 'Health Promotion and the Pandemic', which was the last in our series of webishops for the year. We will be uploading this webishop to our YouTube channel shortly and will share the link to the video when it is ready to view on our Facebook page and in the next Te Rongo.

Also be sure to keep your eyes out for the scheduled dates for our Certificate of Achievement in Introducing Health Promotion (CoA), offered in conjunction with MIT for 2023, in Te Rongo and our social media platforms. 

You can apply for our online courses for your continued professional development. If you're new to health promotion and public health and want to enhance your knowledge and skills in the field of health promotion, then these are the courses for you!

Note: Exclusively for our members we offer space in Te Rongo to advertise job vacancies, courses, webishops and other events in the field of health promotion. Te Rongo is sent out on the 20th of each month, so please let us know at least a week before if you'd like to include a notice. Contact lavinia[at]hauora.co.nz.


Read the October 2022 Te Rongo from the Health Promotion Forum.

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