South West Public Health Virtual Training Conference 2022

Category: Regional Public Health Events - Other

Date: July 5th 2022 10:00am until 3:15pm

Location: via MS Teams


All Registrars, Specialty Tutors, Academic, Educational and Activity Supervisors in the South West are invited to this virtual conference.

The aim of the event is to take stock of the past year’s training activities whilst looking forward and planning for next year. Key points from the day’s discussions will be fed back to the Academy Board for consideration in planning for the development of the Specialty Training Programme in the South West.

The event will act as the 2022/23 annual update for Educational and Academic Supervisors to ensure they remain accredited.  Activity Supervisors are also invited to join.


Draft Programme (subject to change)



Maggie Rae, Head of School and Public Health Transformation


Specialty Training Programme

Diane Lloyd, Head of Public Health Specialist Workforce

Gemma Cooke,Public Health Training Manager


CPD Update

Sarah Weld, CPD Co-Ordinator in the South West


Working within ICSs

Yvonne Doyle, England Medical Director for Public Health

Sarah Scott,Executive Director of Adult Social Care and Public Health

Helena Posnett, Acting Consultant in Public Health




WORKSHOPS - Registrar Project Presentations  

Each presentation to last 20 minutes including Q&A

Virtual Room A - facilitated by Carla Robinson 

1 Placement with the Environment Agency:  Exploring how health can be embedded into Environment Agency work, Anya Gopfert

2 Improving Uptake of and Access to Screening Programmes for People with Severe Mental Illness, Anya Gopfert and Maria van-Hove,


Virtual Room B - facilitated by Sarah Wattley

1 Provider Collaborative: Equity of Access to Cancer Research, Kathryn Hamilton

Development of a Screening and Immunisations Strategy for Secure Settings, Elizabeth Smout



Lunch Break


The 2022 Curriculum Implementation and Q&A



Signing off KA9 and KA10 Learning outcomes

Specialty Registrar, Educational Supervisor (TBC) and Gemma Cooke, Public Health Training Manager




WORKSHOPS - Educational Supervisor Good Practice Presentations

Each session to last 30 minutes including discussion

Virtual Room A - facilitated by Carla Robinson 

Wellbeing and Staying Connected, Paul Scott and Ruth Goldstein


Virtual Room B - facilitated by Sarah Wattley

Local teaching and CPD Programme, Tina Henry and Zoe Clifford


Celebrating Success

Maggie Rae, Head of School and Public Health Transformation

Closing remarks


Conference close

Please note this event will be recorded.

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