South West Population & Public Health Academy Virtual Training Event

Category: Regional Public Health Events - Other

Date: October 21st 2020 2:00pm until 4:30pm

Location: Via MS Teams

 

All registrars, specialty tutors, academic, educational and activity supervisors in the South West are invited to this virtual CPD training event.

This event is new to the Public Health Training Programme agenda and has been developed following the postponement and cancellation of the Scientific Conference, Annual Training Conference and Development School.  The online session will act as this year’s annual update for Educational and Academic Supervisors to ensure they remain accredited.  Activity Supervisors are also invited to join.

For those who are unable to join, the session will be recorded to view after the event.

The event will take place virtually via MS Teams and registration is now OPEN.  Please complete the form below to register your attendance. The MS teams link will be circulated nearer the time with the event joining instructions.

Please contact Gemma Cooke if you would like to find out more about this event.

Please find programme below.

 

14.00

Welcome
Maggie Rae, Head of School and Public Health Transformation

14.05

 
14.25



14.55

15.05



15.35


15.45


16.05

 

What's in a name?
Dr Virginia Pearson, Director of Public Health for Devon

Registrar Project Presentations (15 minutes each) 
1 A backward contact-tracing pilot, Daniel Stewart
2 Blood-borne virus screening for Covid-19 accommodated population, Sam Hayward

Break

Registrar Project Presentations (15 minutes each) 
1 Public Health engagement with businesses in Swindon regarding Covid-19, Kate Yorke
Acting as a public health lead for Covid-19 homeless response, Sarah Bird

Questions
10 mins for any questions relating to the Registrar project presentations

Professional Support and Well-Being
Tailte Breffni, Support and Development Manager

Direct Observation
Mike Wade and Alasdair Wood, Public Health England  

16.25

Closing remarks
Maggie Rae, Head of School and Public Health Transformation

 

Register to Attend