Smoking remains the number one preventable cause of death and disease in Australia. Discover Health Promotion's activities on tobacco control:
Health Promotion works with partners on projects to encourage physical activity and healthy eating in a range of settings. Discover Health Promotion's activities to promote healthy weight:
Live Life Well @ School aims to get more students, more active, more often, as well as focusing on healthy eating habits.
|||Munch & Move supports children (birth to 5 years) by promoting physical activity, healthy eating and reduced small screen time.|
|||Go4Fun® is a free healthy lifestyle program supporting children (aged 7-13) to become fitter, healthier and happier.|
|||Go Active 2 Work aims to encourage and support active, healthy and sustainable forms of transport amongst NSLHD staff.|
|||Go Active 2 School supports primary school students (and families) to choose active and safe travel options to get to and from school. |
|||Go Active @ Macquarie makes physical activity, including active travel, easier for Macquarie Hospital (North Ryde) staff and visitors.|
|||Ready, Set, Grow encourages and supports the creation of sustainable school fruit and vegetable gardens at schools. |
|Healthy Weight Resources||Resources and services available to help promote healthy weight.|
Health Promotion works on alcohol related projects in partnership with community and public sector agencies including local councils, Police, Community Drug Action Teams, Liquor Accords and others:
Injuries due to falls in older people are a serious yet potentially preventable cause of mortality and morbidity. Discover Health Promotion's activities to reduce falls and fall related injury:
Other Health Promotion projects:
|||UP4Health involves advocating for healthy built environments through submissions on development and other plans. |
|||Northern Sydney Youth Health Promotion promotes the health and well being of young people in the Northern Sydney area.|
For more information on our current projects see our project list, visit the projects on this site or contact one of our Health Promotion Units.