Tutorial: Project sharing

Category: Tutorial Dates - Other

Date: May 23rd 2018 9:30am until 4:00pm

Location: Sargent Room, Coaver Club, County Hall, Matford Lane, Exeter, Devon County Council EX2 4PS

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 These tutorials are open to Public Health Specialty Registrars on the South West Public Health Training Programme only.

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Tutorial: Project Sharing

Wednesday 23rd May 2018

Sargent Room, Coaver Club, County Hall ,Marford Lane, Exeter, Devon County Council, EX2 4PS

Trains depart from Bristol Temple Meads at 8.10 and 8.44 arriving at Exeter St Davids at 9.07 and 9.40. Return train from Exeter St Davids 16.24 arriving at Bristol Temple Meads 17.24.



Tea & Coffee




Welcome & Introduction




Self-management of long term conditions – HNA & strategy


Sarah Bird


Training programme update

Maggie, Gemma & Diane



Tea & Coffee break








AMR and healthcare-associated infection surveillance – FES

Core management skills

Health and wellbeing strategy



Rachel Kwiatkowska

Helena Posnett

Catherine Falconer










NHS Health Checks – Behavioural insights team

Health optimisation / Restricting access to surgery

Audit of public health management of meningococcal disease



Gemma Brinn

Joanna McLaughlin

Georgina Angel



Tea & Coffee break




West Nile virus / duty desk – NIS, Colindale


Rob Tolfree


Thinking about placements / projects – group activity









To increase awareness and understanding of the breadth of public health project work undertaken by Registrars through sharing of practice.


  1. Learn about the range of projects that Registrars can work and lead on, including the public health needs that these projects address.
  2. Learn about how Registrars have approached and delivered projects, including key achievements and challenges, and any project management tools that have been utilised.
  3. Gain an understanding of the organisational context within which different projects have been delivered.
  4. To consider how to plan projects and placements in relation to meeting learning outcomes.
  5. Provide an opportunity to reflect as a group on how projects can be approached / delivered differently and how this can inform future work.



Learning outcomes:

4.1 Use a range of leadership styles effectively as appropriate for different settings and organisation cultures

4.2 Demonstrate appropriate presentation, communication and listening skills, as appropriate for the audience or individual.

4.4 Design, lead and manage complex areas of work in multi-agency settings to a successful conclusion or suitable endpoint within available resources and timescale.

4.5 Demonstrate effective team working in a variety of settings, balancing the needs of the individual, the team and the task.



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