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Australia's Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Call To Action - NSRH Conference 2012, Hilton on the Park Melbourne
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Audio & Powerpoint presentations (in Pdf) of the invited speakers


Plenary 1 - Social, cultural and organisational determinants of Australian sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing - Chair: A/Prof Angela Taft

Simon Blake OBE, Chief Executive, Brook UK - Tales from a little place: sex, sexual health and young people. Learning from the UK -

Audio only


James Ward, Baker IDI Institute, Alice Springs, Northern Territory -
Focussing on the Rights rather than the wrongs of young Indigenous People to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes -
Audio & PDF Presentation

Professor Rob Moodie, Professor of Public Health, Melbourne School of Population Health, University of Melbourne - Lessons from the National Preventative Health - Taskforce for Sexual and Reproductive Health 

Audio
& PDF Presentation

Plenary 2: What is current best practice in Sexual and Reproductive Health programs and what are the challenges to it? (Ballroom 3)
Chair: Dr Joanne Ramadge


Professor Ine Vanwesenbeeck, Rutgers WTF, Netherlands - Dutch lessons learned in sexual health policy and education
Audio & PDF Presentation

Professor Anne Mitchell, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, Melbourne - The 2012 toolkit: Four concepts that excite me in sexual and reproductive health
Audio & PDF Presentation

Dr Ailsa Gebbie, Consultant Gynaecologist, NHS Lothian Sexual &
Reproductive Health Services, Edinburgh, UK - Sexual and Reproductive Health in Scotland, successes and challenges 
Audio & PDF Presentation

Wednesday afternoon session

Dr Leslie Cannold, Ethicist, Researcher, Writer, Commentator, Melbourne -
Audio & PDF Presentation



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PHAA would like to acknowledge that this event is being held on the traditional lands of the Kulin Nation, and pay our respect to elders both past and present.

The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA), in partnership with Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia (SHFPA) announce the first Australian conference to bring together practitioners, policy makers, scholars and others enthusiastic about improving the sexual and reproductive health of all Australians. For further information about PHAA's partner organisation SHFPA: Click here


        





 
 
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