Health in All Policies (HiAP) Conference 2015
The Canterbury Health in All Policies Partnership (CHIAPP) are planning a one day Health in All Policies (HiAP) in New Zealand conference in Christchurch on Friday 1st May 2015. The conference acknowledges and celebrates ten years of Health in All Policies (HiAP) work in New Zealand.
The Conference will ‘take the pulse’ of HiAP in New Zealand and ask the question ‘where to next?’
The conference will be at the Tea House at Riccarton Racecourse. The conference fee is $100 – you will be invoiced for this once registered.
You should attend this conference if your work has an impact on community health and wellbeing. You may be a policy analyst, a government decisionmaker, or a community worker implementing a specific programme.
Register online for the HiAP NZ conference, and optionally submit an abstract for a 10 minute presentation, a Pecha Kucha presentation, or a poster presentation in one of the following broad categories:
- Whānau ora and Pasifika projects
- Non-government sector projects
- Local, regional and central government projects.
Please review the following two documents in preparing your presentation. Your presentation should demonstrate why your project is a Health in All Policies project and what health issue it is intending to address.
- Adelaide Statement on Health in All Policies and
- CHiAPP information sheet on Health in All Policies.
This conference will look at Health in All Policies work at national, regional and local levels in New Zealand, as well as internationally. You will leave with a new understanding of how important your own work is and ideas to strengthen and increase its impact.
The conference is intended to provide an opportunity for all HiAP practitioners to showcase their work. Many projects that result in healthy outcomes or healthy public policy are implicitly HiAP projects. If you have a project that has had or is having these positive results, we want to hear about it.
Please forward this notice and registration information to your networks – we want as many people as possible to be aware of and able to attend the conference.