Health and Medical Conferences and Events
- 5-9 December 2015, Perth
AIOH2015 is an international conference promoting the science and practice of worker health protection. It is the premier conference in occupational health in Australia and brings together occupational health/hygiene and OHS professionals from around the nation working in industry, universities and regulatory authorities. It is one of the major occupational health conferences in the SE Asia region and attracts international delegates, predominantly from Asia, Europe and America.
- Deadline for Submissions: 14 February 2016
Congress 13-16 September 2016, Melbourne
Congress Theme: Psychology United for the Future
The first ever APS Congress is set to be a major showcase for Psychology in Australia, bringing together all parts of the profession to explore the world’s best practice, to share knowledge from right across the entire discipline and to provide quality professional development opportunities for all delegates.
The 2016 APS Congress culminates a year of celebrations for the APS 50th year as a show of unity and strength of the profession celebrating growth of all constituent sectors of psychology within Australia over the last 50 years.
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- 18-19 April 2016, Gold Coast
Creating a generational change towards bullying: principle and practice
The 4th National No 2 Bullying Conference will be held on 18 – 19 April 2016 at the Mantra on View Hotel, Gold Coast.
Hosted by the , the Conference will focus on key principles and best practice for creating a generational change towards bullying. The Conference will examine bullying in schools, workplaces and cyberspace.
- 10-11 June 2016, Perth
Breaking Down Barriers Through Participation
On behalf of the Perth Conference Committee and Occupational Therapy Australia, it is my pleasure to invite you to participate in the 2016 Perth Conference, which will be held at the Pan Pacific Perth, 10-11 June 2016.
With the theme of “Breaking Down Barriers Through Participation” the Conference will be an ideal forum for occupational therapists to discuss new practice ideas, review current research and engage in stimulating presentations on key occupational therapy concept-participation.