Have your say about ASBHM Special Interest Groups

ASBHM is considering the introduction of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to provide forums for ASBHM members who have a shared interest in a particular topic. Potential SIGs could include areas such as translation and implementation research, disease prevention and health promotion, disease management and treatment, cancer, women’s health, physical activity and nutrition, etc. We are […]

Study seeking participants: Understanding how socio-geographic context influences physical activity in inner-regional (peri-urban) Australia

Mrs Jenny Olson from the University of Southern Queensland is currently recruiting participants for the final study of her PhD. The study is seeking to understand how socio-geographic context influences physical activity in inner-regional (peri-urban) Australia. Adults who have lived in Australia for at least one year are eligible to complete the online survey (takes […]

Presentations from ASBHM-CHP available online

We’re happy to announce that we’ve set up an open repository for conference presentations for the ASBHM-CHP conference. This repository allows speakers to share their presentation slides and posters online. The materials they are can then be cited by others (including people who could not attend the conference). This greatly expands the reach of work presented at the conference and improves […]

Register for workshops at our 2017 conference

All workshops for the 2017 conference are now available for registration. Workshops are included in the conference registration fee but workshop registration is required to reserve your seat. We’ve got a great line-up of workshops planned, register now to make sure you don’t miss out! Information about workshops

Draft program available now

The draft program for our Gold Coast conference is now available. We have a fantastic schedule of talks, workshops, and keynotes over the 3 days of the conference.