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10 lessons from Problogger Evolve 2017

10 lessons from Problogger Evolve 2017

Review of Problogger 2017 By Kristy Schirmer This was my first Problogger Event (#PBEvent) and I’m delighted to say it was well worth the investment to attend. Here is my review of Problogger Evolve and recap of what I learned during the 2017 conference and mastermind. These have been condensed from 15 pages of typed notes! Here goes…   1.  Problogger is not a conference about blogging. Whilst blogging is part of a online business these days, most of the attendees I spoke to were making a profit from an online service based business which happened to have a blog.

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Report from World Congress on Public Health 2017

Report from World Congress on Public Health 2017

  “Voices, vision, action” Reflections from the World Congress on Public Health By Kristy Schirmer   “Voices, vision, action” set the energetic tone for the 15th World Congress on Public Health  (#WCPH2017) with “action” the resonating message that we need to remember as public health professionals. Specifically, action of the political kind.   The call to advocacy action Set in a political backdrop of conservative politics and “fake news”,  World Congress on Public Health keynotes Martin McKee, Bettina Borisch and Mike Daube delivered an advocacy call to arms to delegates.   Martin McKee urged us to hold politicians and industry to

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Report from the 2013 Australian Health Promotion Association Conference

Without a doubt it is a tough time to be a health promoter in Australia.  Several states have severely cut their workforces.  Following reviews in SA Health, my entire work unit including my position has been lost.  It stings. For this reason, it is crucial to keep professional practice and networking alive.  The Australian Health Promotion Association 2013 Conference brought together 450 health promotion professionals from across sectors to discuss, debate and stimulate action on contemporary health promotion issues. This conference had a strong focus on workplaces, early childhood settings, schools, and community-based interventions.  This is reflective of where the

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