Student Careers Night

Are you a public health student?
Wanting to explore career options in Health promotion?
Not sure where to start?

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The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) and Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA) South Australian Branches are holding a student careers night with a focus on health promotion over Zoom on Monday 2nd November 2020.

You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about the field of health promotion, hear from industry experts and submit questions for the guest speakers – Liana Bellifemini and Sally Modystach.

Liana Bellifemini
Liana is a Senior Community Development Officer at the Alcohol and Drug Foundation, SA Office. Liana’s day-to-day work is assisting South Australian Local Drug Action Teams (LDAT) to develop and implement activities that prevent and minimise harms from alcohol and other drugs. It involves community/stakeholder engagement, partnerships building and assisting in the development of Community Action Plans that follow Health Promotion planning and evaluation best-practice. Liana is extremely passionate about health promotion and prevention and has been an active member of AHPA SA Branch in various capacities since 2013. She graduated in a Bachelor of Health Sciences majoring in Health Promotion and Education in 2013 and went on to complete her Master of Public Health (Coursework) in mid-2017; both at Flinders University. She has also held various positions with SA Health, DCSI (now DHS) and, as a Casual Academic Tutor in undergraduate health promotion topics.

Sally Modystach
As Healthy Environs’ Director, Sally Modystach, has extensive experience in the community wellbeing and environmental sustainability sectors. She has a particular interest in promoting healthy communities through collaborative action at the local level. More recently she has developed wellbeing education for integration into workplace safety programs. Sally holds a Masters in Public Health. Her masters research assessed regional community health partnership models. She has wide ranging skills in policy development, community consultation, project management and risk assessment. Sally is committed to working with project stakeholders to clearly scope and deliver projects to suit client needs

Event Details:
Monday 2nd November 2020
6.30pm to 7.30pm
Via Zoom

PHAA or AHPA Member Registration – FREE
Non-Member Registration—$5.00 per person

Registrations are Open Now! Further details available on the Event Details Website.

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