- The Health Foundation will be exhibiting at the Public Health England annual conference from 10-11 September 2019 (stand 14), with speakers chairing and presenting throughout the event
- The conference will bring together around 1,500 participants representing the wide range of organisations working together to improve the health of the public
- The five-track programme is focusing on some of the areas where we can collectively make the greatest improvements in health and reduce health inequalities, as well as new evidence and innovations in practice
The Health Foundation will be exhibiting and have speakers presenting at the Public Health England annual conference from 10-11 September 2019. Come along to the Health Foundation stand (14) to say hello and pick up some free publications.
The Health Foundation has several speaking sessions:
Louise Marshall (Senior public health fellow) is presenting the two maps on YPMH by stakeholders and young people previously created at workshops during a segment called Complex systems in health and mental health – work in progress. This session has been arranged by Jude Stansfield (National Adviser: Public Mental Health, Health Equity and Mental Health Division, PHE).
Tim Elwell-Sutton (Assistant Director of Strategic Partnerships) is chairing the session which aims to review the real-world challenges and opportunities posed by the reductions in public health investments, and to explore options for current and future innovation and advocacy.
Jo Bibby (Director of Health) chairing this session, with a panel including John Denley (DPH, City of Wolverhampton Council) and Dr Rashmi Shukla (Regional Director; Midlands and East, PHE). The session will be looking at the opportunities for prevention and improving population health through Primary Care Networks.
Chaired by John Newton (Director of Health Improvement, PHE), Jo will be speaking about ‘the future health of young people’ referring to the Health Foundation's work on the Young People's Future Health Inquiry.
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