9 October, 2017 to 11 October, 2017
The Pacific Rim International Conference, considered one of the most ‘diverse gatherings’ in the world, encourages and respects voices from “diverse” perspective across numerous areas, including: voices from persons representing all disability areas; experiences of family members and supporters across all disability and diversity areas
17 October, 2017 to 19 October, 2017
The theme of the conference will be “From vision to reality: A tobacco-free Oceania”. With smoking rates still significantly high in a number of regions within Oceania, we must not lose sight and focus on the large number of negative health, social and economic impacts on individuals and communities related to tobacco smoking.
18 October, 2017
Presenter: Katrina Penney Refugee Health
15 November, 2017
Presenter: Fofoa Pio Health Literacy - Masters of Public Health
12 February, 2018 to 14 February, 2018
The International Gambling Conference 2018 is themed ‘Flipping the iceberg on gambling harm, mental health and co-existing issues’. This theme has been chosen to reflect the complexities of gambling harm with the iceberg analogy used to portray how important it is to look at ‘what lies below the surface’ as well as what is presented on top.
18 April, 2018 to 20 April, 2018
Responding to the success of our 2014 Congress, three leading New Zealand population health organisations are working together again to organise the second New Zealand Population Health Congress to be held 18-20 April 2018 at the Aotea Centre, Auckland.
13 November, 2018 to 16 November, 2018
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is focusing on bringing together another world-class line-up of influential keynotes, presenters, events and research for all those who attend, to contribute towards global Indigenous research transformation.
7 April, 2019 to 11 April, 2019
The Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand, the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) and their partners are looking forward to host this important global public health event, in Rotorua, New Zealand in April 2019. The aim is to provide an unparalleled opportunity to link and demonstrate the contribution of health promotion to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to acknowledge the way SDGs contribute to improvements in health and wellbeing.