The NCFH will be presenting at the 23rd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion in Rotorua, New Zealand from 7-11th April. Professor Susan Brumby will be presenting on Sustainable Farm Families—comparing farmers' action goals for health, wellbeing and safety across Australian and Canadian participants.
Dr Alison Kennedy will be presenting on The Ripple Effect project in the New Technologies session—delivering 6 consecutive sessions in a rotating round table format.
Professor Brumby will also be representing the Centre's involvement in the ifarmwell project—delivering a presentation about the website which provides an online toolkit for helping farmers' cope with life's challenges.
Staying healthy and safe is important in good times and trying times. The times when we least feel like looking after ourselves are when we need to do it the most.
We have partnered with Agriculture Victoria to check the health of farm men, women and agricultural workers at Farm World, Lardner Park on 11-13 April 2019. Taking just 20 minutes, the farmer health assessments include a lifestyle survey covering health behaviours, farm practices and social and emotional wellbeing. Participants will also have their cholesterol, blood glucose, blood pressure, BMI and diabetes risk measured, and eyesight tested.
Invest in the most important aspect of your agricultural business (YOU) with a FREE Health and Lifestyle Assessment at the Agriculture Victoria site in the Baw Baw Pavilion.
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Are you a rural community/agricultural industry group or farmer hosting an event between now and 30 June 2019?
The NCFH wants to make a difference to rural Victorians experiencing drought and dry conditions by attending your next event!
We can tailor presentations to suit your needs, deliver workshops on supporting the health and wellbeing of farming communities or offer participants our 20-minute Health and Lifestyle Assessments—all FREE!
Please contact Cecilia Fitzgerald now to secure a date.
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Each Wednesday we feature a Farmer Health fact sheet from www.farmerhealth.org.au on Facebook and Twitter. These fact sheets are a useful resource to keep you on top of your game! You asked for a quick recap so here it is!