Game Changer

Game Changer
Evolving our approach to prevention

This event took place on the 29th of November 2013 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Melbourne, Australia.

Program outline

Speakers' bios

 

We asked attendees what their game changers had been in prevention.

Here are their responses.


For those who couldn't attend on the day, or those who just want to refresh their memories, here are clips of the key presentations from the day: 

Dr Jean-Michel Borys MD
General Secretary of the EPODE International Network and EPODE European Network Director. 
Video clip  | View slides


Mark Williams
State Manager of the Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle programme (OPAL)
Department of Health, South Australia. Video clip | View slides

Dr Shelley Bowen 
Senior Public Health Advisor
Department of Health, Victoria. Video Clip | View slides

Dr Emma Bruce
Coordinator of Healthy Together Greater Dandenong
City of Greater Dandenong, Victoria. Video clip | View slides

Dr Jenny Proimos
Principal Medical Advisor 
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Victoria 

Professor Boyd Swinburn
Alfred Deakin Professor; Co-Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity
Prevention Deakin University and Professor of Population Nutrition and Global Health, University of Auckland 

 

 
     

CO-OPS, Healthy Together Victoria and the Department of Health Victoria hosted this official academic satellite symposium as part of the World Diabetes Congress 2013.

 

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