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The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) and the Conference Advisory Committee invites you to consider sponsoring or exhibiting at the Communicable Diseases & Immunisation Conference 2023 (CDIC2023) being held from Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 June 2023 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC), Perth, Western Australia.  

In 2023 the Conference theme will be “Adapting to a new landscape for infectious disease prevention and control”.

COVID-19 has dominated our professional (and in many cases private) lives over the past three years. This conference provides an opportunity to learn as much as we can from that experience and set an ambitious path to the future in preventing, preparing for, and managing infectious and vaccine preventable diseases into the future. 


While COVID-19 and emerging infectious diseases remain an ever-present threat, the conference will also address the shifting epidemiology of endemic infections, new developments in vaccines and immunisation approaches and opportunities to identify and mitigate the drivers and determinants of disease.  What are the new systems, programs, capacity, approaches or thinking we need to develop communities that are resilient to future threats?

Sponsorship of the CDIC2023 Conference offers a strategic opportunity to demonstrate the support your organisation gives to the rapidly moving field of communicable diseases and immunisation and to associate your brand with thought leadership, sector networking and partnership development.

The PHAA team is committed to working with sponsors to match sponsorship and exhibition packages to the strategic objectives of your organisation to ensure you are satisfied with your involvement and return on investment. 

We would be delighted to discuss these promotional opportunities or any further ideas you may have for promoting your products or services.

To download a copy of the Sponsorship and Exhibition brochure please click on the link below:

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Delegate Profile

The conference will aim to facilitate conversations on improving effectiveness and efficiencies of communicable disease control and immunisation programs through knowledge sharing and relationship building. The program must consider the needs and interests of the communicable disease audience to ensure attraction and participation to the conference.

The target audience will be stakeholders able to effect and/or influence change at the systems and/or practice level including:

  • Immuniser providers

  • Infectious disease epidemiologists

  • Social scientists

  • Public health microbiologists

  • Health and medical researchers

  • Laboratory scientists and pathologists

  • Vaccine program managers

  • Health Policy makers

  • Commonwealth, state, and local government representatives – Ministers/ministerial staff, and health and social sector department representatives

  • Front-line responders including community health staff, public health nurses, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation staff and nurse immunisers

  • NGO/community and social sector provider and advocacy organisations

  • Healthcare professionals – doctors, nurses, allied health, dentistry, pharmacy, etc.

Conference Promotion

The Communicable Diseases & Immunisation Conference 2023 will be promoted widely to the communicable disease control and Immunisation sectors. This will include direct email campaigns, member newsletters, extensive exposure on conference material, on the conference website, in the official program and satchel and other opportunities as per the sponsorship agreement.



Sponsoring and/or exhibiting at the Communicable Diseases & Immunisation (CDIC2023) Conference 2023 offers your organisation the opportunity to be involved with an important Conference for highlighting challenges relating to communicable disease and immunisation programs in Australia and the region. Sponsorship and/or exhibition of the conference provides an excellent opportunity to:

  • Demonstrate your organisation’s support of prevention and the organisations which deliver it

  • Promote your organisation and products to delegates

  • Increase brand awareness with an engaged, relevant and influential audience; and

  • Network and build new relationships with key industry figures.


The PHAA team is committed to working with sponsors to match sponsorship and exhibition packages to the strategic objectives of your organisation to ensure you are satisfied with your involvement and return on investment. 
The selection of sponsorship and exhibition packages presented in this prospectus has been developed to ensure a successful outcome for sponsors, exhibitors and all participants of the conference.

In addition to the set packages outlined, sponsorship and exhibition packages can be customised to meet your organisation’s specific objectives.

Early confirmation of your sponsorship and/or exhibition package of the Communicable Diseases & Immunisation Conference 2023 will ensure an even higher level of exposure. An extensive promotional campaign including email broadcasts and web exposure will be implemented with the opportunity exists for your company to be represented as a key sponsor of the conference well in advance of the event. 

To Book


To book a sponsorship and/or exhibition package, please complete the below booking form and send it to Cal Spencer-Rosenberg at

Booking Form

Or contact by phone:

Cal Spencer-Rosenberg (pron: she/her)

Events Officer

Public Health Association of Australia 

T: +61 2 6171 1310 


  • Sponsorship and exhibition packages will be booked in accordance to PHAA’s Sponsorship Protocol

  • All costs are GST inclusive

  • All inserts / handouts are to be supplied by the sponsor or exhibitor

  • All timeframes must be met in order to achieve package entitlements

  • All artwork / logos are to be supplied by the sponsor in high resolution formats

  • If exhibiting, it is a preference of PHAA to not have custom stands at the Conference, to be in keeping
    with public health; and

  • All banners are to be provided by the sponsor or exhibitor.

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