Programme

The conference will be held at Rydges Hotel Latimer in the CBD.

Download a printable version of the programme. (updated 28 September)

There are plenty of reasons to come to Christchurch early on Sunday and spend some time in the city. Click here for some suggested activities, or here for i-hikoi: a digital guided tour of the Maori history of Otautahi Christchurch.



Sunday 1 October



1.30pm - 3.30pm   PHA Policy Forum
Aoraki Room, CPH offices, 310 Manchester Street
3.30pm - 5.30pm   Maori caucus hui
CPH offices

Monday 2 October

9.00am Conference Welcome
9.15am   Opening Plenary
People at the Heart of All We Do  Sir Mark Solomon
Planetary Wellbeing: The Way of the Future for Public Health?  Professor John Raeburn 
10.15am   Morning tea (Meet and Greet for scholarship attendees)
10.45am   CONNECTIONS FOR KNOWLEDGE (TOITU TE MARAMATANGA)
Housing quality & health panel
Presentation  Professor Arthur Grimes,
Presentation  Greg Hamilton
Caroline Shone
12.00pm   Lunch 
    Savoy 3  Savoy 2 Clarendon Savoy 4 Savoy West
12.00pm    Maori Caucus   Asian Caucus Pacific Caucus  
1.00pm   HOUSING
& PLACE


James Scarfe & 
Lindsay Lowe
Te Tiriti & health
promotion practice
workshop
SMOKEFREE
ENVIRONMENTS

Ronda Cleland

Heather Kimber

George Thomson
FOOD
ENVIRONMENTS 


Kera
Sherwood-ORegan


Mapihi Raharuhi
COMMUNITY &
PARTNERSHIP


Sandy Brinsdon &
Sara Epperson


Dulcie Paina

Jane Cartwright

Sue Turner
& Ciaran Fox

2.30pm   Afternoon tea
3.00pm   Plenary session
Warren Lindberg, Michael Moore AM
5.00pm
- 6.30pm
  Welcome Function - Speed Connections
(included in registration fee | cash bar)
7.00pm   Screening of Seven Rivers Walking - Haere Marire at Rydges Latimer (all welcome)
5.00pm 
-7.00pm
  PHA Council Meeting (Council members only) 

  Dinner own arrangements

Tuesday 3 October

7.30am   PHA AGM Breakfast - Windsor Room
9.00am    CONNECTIONS WITH PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES (TOITU TE TANGATA)
Indigenous leadership in public health
Professor Meihana DurieSacha McMeeking,Amber Clarke
10.30am   Morning tea
     Savoy West Savoy 2 Savoy 4 Savoy 3 Clarendon
11.00am   HAUORA

Gail Mclauchlan
& Aaron Hapuku


Rachael Puru, 
John Ngatai & 
Thomas Strickland


Megan Tunks &
Erina Korohina
 TECHNOLOGY
& ENGAGEMENT

Andy Hearn

Grace Wong

Anna Matthews &
Christine Blance
HEALTH SCREENING
& MONITORING

Naomi Gibson, 
Catherine Coppell &
Angela Deken


Jude Ball -
jude.ball@otago.ac.nz
CHILDREN, FAMILY
PLANNING &
PARENTING

Neroli Nicholson

Paul Scammell
VERBATIM
THEATRE
WORKSHOP


Francis Kewene
12.30pm    Lunch 
 12.30pm    Stop Institutional Racism (STIR) lunchtime meeting - Clarendon
1.30pm    CONNECTIONS WITH PLACE & ENVIRONMENTS (TOITU TE WHENUA)
Water
Alison Dewes, Alistair Humphrey, David Perenara-O'Connell, Lan Pham
3.00pm   Afternoon tea
    Clarendon  Savoy 3 Savoy 4 Savoy 2 Savoy West
3.30pm    WATER

Shari Tidswell

Denise Tully

Alex Sullivan


Mind - Body - Spirit MINIMISING RISKS
TO HEALTH


Jim Miller

Bronwyn Larsen



COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT

Ciaran Fox &
Rachel Welfare


Meg Christie, Jess
Bijl-Kakoi, Emily 
Arps, Jenni Marceau

PUBLIC HEALTH:
STRATEGIC &
ECONOMIC
DIMENSIONS


Daniel Williams

Sandy Brinsdon

Eileen Brown

Louise Delany &
George Thomson


4.45pm - 5.45pm

POLICY FEATURE - 
INTERNATIONAL
TAXATION AS A
HEALTH DETERMINANT
WORKSHOP
 

Louise Delany &
George Thomson
  

9I   Close
     
6.30pm
seated for 
7.00pm
  Conference Dinner and Awards at Transitional Cathedral
(included in FULL registration.  Additional tickets available $90.  
Includes three course dinner, entertainment.  Cash bar for all beverages)
11.30pm    Close

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