The Public Health Association of South (PHASA) invites you to attend their annual conference in Durban (eThekwini), on the east coast of South Africa. PHASA hosts an annual conferences, with the aim of engaging public health practitioners and interested people from around the country and world to share their experiences and research, discuss topical public health issues, and mentor public health students and young researchers.
Hosting the national PHASA conference in Durban aims to add stimulus to the local economy, and contribute to enhanced awareness and widespread advocacy, for health, the social determinants of health, and healthcare in the region.Read More
PHASA wishes all Health Sciences Faculty Schools of public health, Health sciences faculty students council and 2022 PHASA Conference attendees to join in the exciting TIK TOK competition. TikToker’s must upload their videos using #PHASA2022 and below captions
CAPTIONS FOR VIDEO’S
Misinformation’s relating to covid, or Importance of vaccinations, or Misinformation’s relating to Monkey Pox
Video Submission channels
Delegates create and upload video on TIKTOK
Use the correct caption for your video
Tag/mention @PHASA2022 on your uploaded video on TIKTOK
Email the video to firstname.lastname@example.org
once videos are received, a quick screening will be done,
Winner is decided by combination PHASA Tik Tok judging panel score and the number of likes!!!!
Prizes up for grabs!!
TIME LIMITS OF VIDEO’S
2 minutes max - School of public health & Health sciences student council
60 seconds max - Conference attendees
Closing date: 12 September 2022 at 7pm South Africa Time
Winners will be announced at the PHASA Conference dinner on 13 September 2022 at 19:00 at the Southern Sun Elangeni Hotel. Prices up for grabs!!!
The PHASA PHILA Awards seek to honour excellence and commitment to public health in South Africa, and PHASA wishes to acknowledge exceptional individuals whose:
JOIN US by nominating a suitable candidate in order to recognise and celebrate extraordinary contributions to public health in South Africa.