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2024 Sponsors & Exhibitors

We thank the sponsors and exhibitors for their support of the Preventive Health Conference 2024.

If you are interested in supporting PHC24, please view our Engagement Opportunities, or contact us to discuss options.


Premier Sponsor

Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care

The Department of Health and Aged Care is committed to achieving our vision of better health and wellbeing for all Australians, now and for future generations. Our strategic priorities are to drive better health and ageing outcomes for all Australians; deliver an affordable, quality health and aged care system; and promote better sport outcomes.


Our purpose is to support the Government to lead and shape Australia’s health and aged care system and sporting outcomes through evidence-based policy, well targeted programs and best practice regulation. We will achieve this through four outcomes – health policy, access and support; individual health benefits; ageing and aged care regulation, and sport and physical activity.


Associate Sponsor

School of Public Health,
The University of Adelaide

The School of Public Health at the University of Adelaide is a community of leading scientists, educators and students who aim to advance innovative ideas that change individual behaviours, public policies, and health care practices. By working or studying with us you’ll be part of a leading research, teaching and service organisation making a significant, positive impact on the community. Focusing on primary disease prevention and optimal, evidence-based chronic-disease management, our work has a genuine influence on health policies and practices—and will prepare you to do the same.

The University of Adelaide
Adelaide SA 5005

(08) 8313 4131

Tracy Merlin
Interim Head of School

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Advocate Sponsor

Heart Foundation

The Heart Foundation is Australia’s the peak body for heart research, education and advocacy programs in Australia. Their mission – to reduce heart disease and improve heart health and quality of life for all – is focused on supporting the more than 4 million Australians who are currently living with diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels, and on keeping families together for longer. 


Over 60 years, they have delivered major pieces of work that have reshaped the health care landscape in Australia, from playing a central role in the development of the automatic pacemaker to identifying the link between cholesterol and heart disease. Since its inception in 1959, the Heart Foundation has invested an incredible $693 million (in today’s dollars) into world-leading research programs, including $13.95 million in 2023 alone. Today, they continue to fund a broad program of heart research that serves those at greatest risk of cardiovascular disease, including women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.


Affiliation Sponsor and
Trestle Table Display Sponsor


LiveUp, funded by the Department of Health and Aged Care (DOHAC), is a national initiative offering a free-to-use co-designed digital healthy ageing service. It is dedicated to empowering older adults with impartial information, tips, and tools focused on assistive products, local activities, and supports.

By adopting an innovative digital approach, LiveUp not only enhances digital literacy but also significantly improves health literacy among its users. This dual focus is crucial in today’s rapidly advancing digital age, ensuring that older adults are not left behind in the digital divide while promoting their wellness and reablement.

LiveUp collaborates with a diverse range of partners and stakeholders, acknowledging their importance in the broader ecosystem of care. By understanding and aligning with the needs and expertise of healthcare providers, community organizations, and other experts, LiveUp ensures a holistic and comprehensive service offering. 

As a national initiative, LiveUp is at the forefront of leveraging technology to foster a society where ageing is a journey of empowerment, characterized by independence, wellness, and active participation in the community.

Elena Sloan

Administration Assistant

iLA, Level 2, 7 Tully Road

East Perth WA 6004

(08) 6275 3348

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Trestle Table Display Sponsor

NT Health

NT Health is committed to achieving great health for all Territorians. As our services touch the lives of all Territorians, we work in partnership with individuals, families, the community, Aboriginal heath organisations and stakeholders to provide high quality care.  

We have a dedicated workforce of more than 8,500 people that are central to providing safe, responsive and kind patient-centred care

NT Health manages the Northern Territory public health system and operates across five service delivery regions, six hospitals, 74 health clinics and seven corporate offices. We deliver the full spectrum of health services from health promotion to prevention, primary care, community services, treatment, rehabilitation, aged care, mental health, palliative care, emergency and acute care.

NT Health strives to provide accessible care for all Territorians that is culturally appropriate, evidence-based and as close to home as possible.

Dr Paul Burgess

Director, Health Statistics and Informatics, Public Health Division

PO Box 40596
Casuarina NT 0811

(08) 8985 8074

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Affiliation Sponsor

Menzies School of Health Research

Menzies is one of Australia’s leading medical research institutes dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 

Menzies is a leader in global and tropical health research into life-threatening diseases. Menzies School of Health Research continues to translate its research into effective partnerships and programs in communities across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. 

With a 40-year history of scientific discovery and public health achievement, Menzies continues its endeavour to break the cycle of disease and to reduce health inequities in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, particularly for disadvantaged populations. Our diverse workforce fulfils key roles in health service delivery, research, and training throughout Australia and across the region.

PO Box 41096

Casuarina NT 0811

08 8946 8466

Trestle Table Display Sponsor

Cancer Council Australia

As one of the most trusted organisations in Australia, Cancer Council is the peak, non-Government cancer control organisation, working to improve outcomes and provide support to all Australians affected by all cancers. As the national body in a federation of eight state and territory member organisations, Cancer Council Australia works to make a lasting impact on cancer outcomes by: shaping and influencing policy and practice across the cancer control continuum; developing and disseminating evidence-based cancer information; supporting research; convening and collaborating with cross sectorial stakeholders and consumers to set priorities; and speaking as a trusted voice on cancer control in Australia.

​Megan Varlow
Director, Cancer Control Policy

GPO Box 4708

Sydney NSW 2001

(02) 8256 4100

Trestle Table Display Sponsor

The Prevention Partnership Centre

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre is a national collaboration of researchers, policy makers and practitioners working to prevent chronic disease. The Centre aims to provide health decision makers with the best evidence and tools to inform their policies and programs. It is also passionate about nurturing the next generation of prevention researchers, policy makers and practitioners through our Emerging Leaders Network. Over the past decade, the Prevention Centre has delivered compelling evidence, aligned communication and coordinated action to enhance the impact and relevance of prevention research through policy and research collaborations on shared priorities that are important locally and nationally.

PO Box K617

Haymarket NSW 1240

(02) 9188 9530


Trestle Table Display Sponsor

National Best Practice Unit – Tackling Indigenous Smoking / Ninti One Ltd

The National Best Practice Unit Tackling Indigenous Smoking (NBPU TIS) was established to provide tailored support to organisations funded under the national Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) program. The TIS program aims to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by reducing the prevalence of tobacco and recreational e-cigarette use (vaping) through population health promotion activities. The National Best Practice Unit supports 26 organisations delivering the TIS program across the entire country. NBPU TIS is a consortium led by Ninti One Ltd and includes the University of Canberra’s Health Research Institute and Edith Cowan University’s Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.

Kelly Franklin

Coordinator NBPU Operations

7 Hackney Rd

Hackney SA 5069

0429 464 774


Trestle Table Display Sponsor

Flinders University

Situated upon unceded lands of Aboriginal peoples across the Australian Central Corridor, Flinders Rural and Remote Health SA and NT work collaboratively with leaders in local communities. Together we facilitate high quality multidisciplinary regional academic and research programs, to positively impact some of the most diverse and culturally rich communities in Australia. We prioritise employing and supporting the careers of local, rural background, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Professor James A Smith

Deputy Dean Rural and Remote Health – NT

PO Box U362 Charles Darwin University

Casuarina NT 0815

08 8920 0287


Trestle Table Display Sponsor

Council for Intellectual Disability

Council for Intellectual Disability (CID) is the peak systemic advocacy body for people with intellectual disability in NSW. People with intellectual disability are our staff, our board of governance and our members. We campaign for change. We speak up about issues that are important to people with intellectual disability such as; inclusion, health, supported decision making and jobs. Through CID people with intellectual disability, their families and supporters can learn skills, share stories and actively take part in the community. We talk to organisations and health professionals about becoming inclusive and accessible. We provide useful resources, information, and hold workshops.

Nicole Ascaino

Inclusion Projects Officer

418A Elizabeth Street

Surry Hills NSW 2010

1800 424 065

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