Important Update - Australian Public Health Conference Pivoting to Virtual

The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) have been constantly monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation in relation to holding the Australian Public Health Conference in Canberra from Thursday 23 to Friday 24 September 2021. With the ongoing challenges of travel restrictions, uncertainty around outbreaks and the impact on the public health sector, PHAA, in consultation with the Conference Advisory Committee, have decided to pivot the conference to a virtual only conference, therefore not proceeding with the face-to-face component.

To read the full statement, please click on the button below.​

Virtual Conference

As a virtual attendee, you will have access to live keynote presentations,  and pre-recorded long oral and rapid fire presentations. Interaction will be encouraged through Q&A sessions and our virtual exhibition hall. You will also be able to connect with other delegates in the virtual networking sessions and via one on one meetings and other chat functions.

WATCH LIVE SESSIONS

Join us for real time presentations

All Keynote presentations will be

live-streamed and offer Q&A sessions where possible. 

Can't make it? These will be recorded and made available

for viewing on demand for the duration of the Conference. 

WATCH ON DEMAND

Watch at a time of your choosing

 

Access all pre-recorded presentations at the click

of a button. 

These presentations will be

available to all registered participants to access 24/7 for the duration of the Conference.

CONNECT WITH OTHERS

Access to interactive sessions

Make the most of your registration

by connecting with other participants and presenters via our Meeting Hub.

Engage in interactive workshops, live Q&A sessions, networking events and our virtual Exhibition Hall. 

2021 Sponsors

PHAA would like to acknowledge and thank the hybrid Australian Public Health Conference 2021 sponsors for their support.

Principal Sponsor

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Support Sponsor