November 2021 17
New Youth Focused Covid-19 Website
Posted By : Deborah Baker
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2 shots for summer the Government launches the youth section of the Unite against COVID-19 website. Click on the COVID downlow link to have a look and share far and wide. It covers the basics…

November 2021 02
Brain Development Collective Wānanga
Posted By : Deborah Baker
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A recently released report talking about early brain development in Aotearoa captures insights from a two-day wānanga, hosted by the Child Wellbeing Unit, which aimed to build awareness and understanding of mātauranga and tikanga Māori…

October 2021 12
Webinar: Enhancing School Health Services Partnership – Tues 26 Oct 1pm
Posted By : Deborah Baker
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Creating a Path for Change: Vision and Values for supporting youth health and development in schools. Speakers: are SYHPANZ Executive Team Members and Youth Health Practitioners Kate ChiTar (left) and Dr Bridget Farrant. Date: 1…

October 2021 05
Don’t Guess the Yes & creating cultures of consent & respect, preventing sexual harm (watch webinar on-demand now)
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Don’t Guess the Yes & creating cultures of consent and respect, preventing sexual harm Recording available now Panelists: Fiona McNamara – Respect Ed Ben Quinn – NZ Police Eliza Melling – University of Auckland Hosted…

October 2021 01
New Webinar Series
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Exclusive three-part webinar series for members of SYHPANZ in Partnership with The Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Pre-register in the member's forum area of this website to secure your spot. Link below. Webinar 1 -…

September 2021 01
$1 million fund for initiatives supporting the mental wellbeing of youth
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The Ministry of Health has brought forward the launch of a fund for grassroots initiatives supporting the mental wellbeing of youth impacted during this time of COVID-19. The Youth Community Mental Wellbeing Fund will provide grants of up to $100,000,…

July 2021 20
SYHPANZ AGM – Friday 20 August 2021 UPDATE
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Due to the level 4 lockdown announced by the government yesterday, we will be moving the annual general meeting online via zoom conference and moving to an earlier time of 5 pm 20 August 2021. It's unfortunate…

April 2021 22
Involve 2021 dates announced!
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INVOLVE 2021 is a national youth health and development conference held in Wellington and online from 9-11 August 2021. The theme for INVOLVE 2021 focusses on the changes we see approaching the youth sector and…

September 2020 09
Why Youth Health?
Posted By : Liz Hosking-Clement
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Want to hear more about Youth Health postgraduate study at the University of Auckland? Join a webinar Wednesday 16th September 4.30-5pm. Whether you are clinical or non-clinical; working in school health or other parts of…

June 2020 30
FREE WEBINAR SERIES FOR SYHPANZ & AAAH MEMBERS
Posted By : Liz Hosking-Clement
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Australian Association for Adolescent Health (AAAH) has partnered with the Society for Youth Health Professionals Aotearoa New Zealand (SYHPANZ) to deliver a series of six webinars, exclusively for AAAH and SYHPANZ members. We thank the Royal…

January 2020 19
Plan for INVOLVE 2020
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The theme for INVOLVE 2020 is... Our Waka, New Seas With what’s in our waka, together we navigate new seas. INVOLVE 2020 focuses on the changes we see approaching the sectors working with the taiohi/youth…