South West Public Health Development School 2022

Category: Regional Public Health Events - Other

Date: October 19th 2022

Location: via MS Teams

 

The Event

The South West Public Health Development School provides a unique opportunity for people working in a variety of fields within public health to expand their public health horizons at this event. The Development School will be a one day event boasting a vibrant mix of workshops and learning activities. These sessions will provide an excellent opportunity to consider how to maximise public health opportunities and truly make a difference.

Who Should Attend?

The Development School is open to anyone working in a public health related field from across the South West. We welcome professionals from a variety of organisations and settings, from local authorities, CCGs, NHS E/I, Academia, UKHSA, OHID, Health Education England, voluntary and community settings.

Conference overview

A draft programme can be found below.

There will be a wealth of opportunities for new learning and the discussion of new ideas. As always, the school will help to develop both individual practice and strengthen us as a public health community.

Registration

Registration is now open for this event. Please fully complete the online form at the bottom of this page to register your attendance. 

Prior to the event, all delegates will be added to the event SharePoint site which will provide access to the full programme, workshop and speaker information and the links to join all sessions.

Please contact PublicHealth.SW@hee.nhs.uk if you have any questions.

Draft Programme (subject to change)

Future vision for priorities in Population and Public Health

10:30

Welcome and Introductions

Maggie Rae, Head of School and Public Health Transformation

10:40

Plenary Speakers

Title – Vision for South West region

Elizabeth O’Mahony, South West Regional Director, NHS England

Debi Reilly, Regional Director, Health Education England

Debbie Stark, Regional Director of Public Health, Office of Health Improvement and Disparities

11:10

Question and Answer session

Panel – Elizabeth O’Mahoney, Debi Reilly, Debbie Stark

11:30

Break

11:45

Plenary Speakers

Title – Improving Health Outcomes in the South West/Tackling Inequalities

Lincoln Sargeant, Director of Public Health, Torbay Council

Kate Blackburn, Director of Public Health, Wiltshire Council

Mark Cooke, Director of Strategy and Transformation, NHS England

Kate Shields, ICS Leader, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Integrated Care System (TBC)

12:25

Question and Answer session

Panel – Lincoln Sargeant, Kate Blackburn, Mark Cooke, Kate Shields (TBC)

12:45

Lunch Break

13:30

Workshops A (1-7)

Please see more details below

14:30

Break

14:45

Workshops B (1-7)

Please see more details below

15:50

Closing Remarks

Maggie Rae, Head of School and Public Health Transformation

Workshops A: 13:30-14:30pm

There are seven virtual rooms (1-7).   Each workshop will last 1 hour including Q&A. All sessions will be recorded.  Workshops are repeated with delegates able to attend two throughout the afternoon.

Workshop

A

Title

 

1

Trauma Informed Relational Practice (TIRP) and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) within settings – led by Sam James, ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Coordinator, Gloucestershire County Council

2

Housing hazards and health inequalities -

Led by Ellis Turner, Environmental Health team, University of West of England

3

Cost of living crisis – TBC

4

Climate change – TBC

5

Lessons learned from the impact of Covid/Pandemic – TBC

6

Behavioural change – generic – TBC

7

Mental Health/Drug Misuse – TBC

 

Workshops B: 14:45-15:45pm

There are seven virtual rooms (1-7).  Each workshop will last 1 hour including Q&A. All sessions will be recorded. Workshops are repeated with delegates able to attend two throughout the afternoon.

Workshop

B

Title

1

Trauma Informed Relational Practice (TIRP) and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) within settings – led by Sam James, ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Coordinator, Gloucestershire County Council

2

Housing hazards and health inequalities -

Led by Ellis Turner, Environmental Health team, University of West of England

3

Cost of living crisis – TBC

4

Climate change – TBC

5

Lessons learned from the impact of Covid/Pandemic – TBC

6

Behavioural change – generic – TBC

7

Mental Health/Drug Misuse – TBC

 Please note this event will be recorded.

 

Register to Attend