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Alliances

The Public Health Association of Australia forms alliances with a range of peak bodies with the aim of further pursuing the betterment of public health in Australia. Current alliances and the role of PHAA within these alliances are listed below

Council of Academic Public Health Institutions of Australia

CAPHIA logo CAPHIA is the peak organisation that represents public health in universities that offer undergraduate and postgraduate programs and research and community service activity in public health throughout Australia.

National Alliance for Action on Alcohol

National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA) is a national coalition of health and community organisations from across Australia that has been formed with the goal of reducing alcohol-related harm. NAAA has been established at a time when there is an urgent need for action to challenge Australia's harmful drinking.

National Complex Needs Alliance

PHAA is a member of the National Complex Needs Alliance and supports the vision for a society where people with complex needs experiencing disadvantage are supported by a comprehensive and coordinated service system so they have the same opportunities to participate fully in the community and live life as other Australians.

Social Determinants of Health Alliance

The Social Determinants of Health Alliance (SDOHA) is a collaboration of like-minded organisations from the areas of health, social services and public policy established to work with governments to reduce health inequities in Australia.

Australian Health Care Reform Alliance

The Australian Health Care Reform Alliance (AHCRA) is a coalition of peak health groups working towards a better health system for Australia’s future.

Climate and Health Alliance

The Climate and Health Alliance is an alliance of stakeholders in the health sector who wish to see the threat of climate change addressed through prompt policy action.