2 years ago

19 October, 2016


Organised by:
Population Health Student Association (MPHSA)

Quick summary:
Public Health Free Career Seminar Series: Health Promotion
Wednesday 19th of October 2016
Theatre 2, Basement, 207 Bouverie St, Carlton
5 - 5.30 snacks and time to meet others interested in health promotion
5.30 - 7.30pm speaker presentations
Free entry.
Please RSVP on the Google Form below

Join the University of Melbourne Public Health Student Association (MPHSA) as we host another exciting free Career Pathways Seminar, with a focus on careers in health promotion.

Health promotion is a field that is innovative, creative and multifaceted. You'll hear about careers in this area, stories, tips and FAQs and more in our free community event on the 19th of October.

Join us for an enjoyable night with free food and drinks as we listen to the amazing guest speakers listed below who will present their perspective on health promotion from different sectors and approaches (e.g. research, 'grassroots' work/ advocacy, policy-making, etc), and from a range of career points (1 year after graduation, 10 years, 20 etc).

PLEASE RSVP by filling in the following form:

The MPHSA is very excited to announce that the following people will be presenting at the event:
ROB MOODIE - Professor of Public Health at the University of Melbourne and the University of Malawi; past: Director of Teaching and Learning at MSPGH, inaugural Chair of Global Health at the Nossal Institute

HIRANTHI PERERA - Manager of the Papscreen Program, Cancer Council Victoria; history of leadership and management roles in public health and community development; holds an MBA from RMIT in addition to a degree in Health Promotion

JASON LEUNG - Senior Associate at PwC Australia, volunteer with Inner South Community Health Service; past: numerous management roles including Program Manager at Obesity Australia

SHWETHA SHANKAR - Health Promotion Project Officer at Hepatitis Victoria, member of the Multicultural Community Action Network (M-CAN) with the Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health, expert in social policy and infectious diseases

We look forward to seeing you there!