2020 Sponsors & Exhibitors
We would like to thank the following Sponsors and Exhibitors for their support of the virtual Australian Public Health Conference 2020.
Australian Government Department of Health
The Department of Health is committed to achieving our vision of better health and wellbeing for all Australians, now and for future generations. Our strategic priorities are to drive better health and ageing outcomes for all Australians; deliver an affordable, quality health and aged care system; and promote better sport outcomes.
Our purpose is to lead and shape Australia’s health and aged care system and sporting outcomes through evidence-based policy, well targeted programs and best practice regulation. We will achieve this through six outcomes – health system policy, design and innovation; health access and support services; sport and recreation; individual health benefits; regulation, safety and protection; and ageing and aged care.
The University of Sydney, Sydney School of Public Health
Professor Joel Negin, Head of School, Sydney School of Public Health
A: Room 319, Level 3, Edward Ford Building (A27)
Sydney NSW 2006
T: 02 9036 9262
Founded in 1930, the Sydney School of Public Health is celebrating its 90th birthday; 90 years of tackling the greatest health challenges facing the world by providing quality education, conducting high-impact research and translating knowledge into action. Each day, our researchers and graduates are striving to improve equity in communities locally and around the world. Our vision is for a global community in which everyone’s needs for good health and wellbeing are met. We actualise this vision by providing a wide range of education and research opportunities for students and academics.
Abstract Award Sponsor
James Cook University
Associate Professor Sue Devine, Academic Head, Public Health and Tropical Medicine
A: 1 James Cook Drive, James Cook University
Douglas QLD 4811
T: 0407 178 003
JCU Public Health and Tropical Medicine is a leader in protecting and improving the health of tropical, remote and rural communities. A range of postgraduate programs including the only Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in Australia, equip graduates with the knowledge and skills relevant to real world practice in public health and tropical medicine to address health problems of communities as a whole, as well as influencing policies that affect the health of societies. These exciting programs empower graduates to be ready for tomorrow’s challenges with options to engage in practical research activities.
Menzies School of Health Research
Ms Georgina Dornier, Manager - Higher Education Development and Engagement
A: PO Box 41096, Casuarina NT 0811
T: 08 8946 8466
As one of Australia’s leading medical research institute dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of Indigenous Australians, and a leader in global and tropical research into life-threatening illnesses, Menzies continues to translate its research into effective partnerships and programs in communities across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
For over two decades, Menzies has also been delivering public health and research degrees to students who want to make a difference. Menzies’ Education and Training team coordinates and delivers Charles Darwin University's postgraduate public health and health research courses. Our lecturers are Menzies’ researchers and acclaimed experts in their fields.The Education and Training team has a wide range of expertise and can assist with advice around: enrolment, study plans, public health and research careers.
Knowledge Brokering Group Pty Ltd.
Helen Alexiou, Co-Founder and Director
A: PO Box 835, Civic Square ACT 2608
The Knowledge Brokering Group was founded on the principle that people and knowledge, gained through research, practice or experience, are the key factors to success in any project or program, policy or initiative, organisation or product. The Knowledge Brokering Group provides a range of services, delivers training and develops initiatives that support the knowledge brokering process across a variety of contexts, industries and sectors. The aim of The Knowledge Brokering Group is to facilitate knowledge flow and exchange through knowledge networks, as a driver of innovation, better decision making and continuous improvement.