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Tasmania has set itself the goal of having the healthiest population in Australia by 2025.
Learn how YOU can help us achieve this goal. Join us for a series of free online sessions.
Each 90-minute session in this six part series will explore how you and your organisation can help Tasmanians live longer and healthier lives.
Each session will include:
Join Healthy Tasmania and our host Leigh Arnold for this compelling series.
Limited places, so registration is a must.
How are we meeting the health and wellbeing needs of Tasmanians during COVID-19? What are services doing to support all Tasmanians, especially those at risk of poorer health outcomes? What challenges have we faced? What is working well? What have we learnt? And what happens next?
Discuss these and other important questions with these insightful speakers:
How can we do more to promote mental health and wellbeing in our work? What resources are out there? What strategies can we use? Discuss these and other questions with these astute speakers:
Are you getting the most from your professional partnerships? Want to know the ingredients for forming and sustaining successful partnerships so that you can improve how you help others? Drawing on strong local examples and proven strategies, these knowledgeable speakers will give you valuable insights and useable tactics for getting results:
Communities are at the heart of making Tasmania the healthiest population in Australia by 2025. But how do we get everyone involved? Join two experienced community connectors as they share insights, challenges and practical tips on how best to reach the wide range of people that make up our Tasmanian communities.
Storytelling is powerful for connecting humans and creating change. Learn more about why telling stories matters, different approaches for creating compelling stories, and tips for crafting your own stories.
Inspiring all Tasmanians to get healthy requires big picture thinking. The Island Project is a standout example of a largescale, innovative project that is addressing a significant health issue in Tasmania. Hear more about the research, education and prevention approach behind this project so you can help to inspire a healthier community in your own work.
Consider how you can apply systems-thinking and strategies in your work.