Tutorial: Healthcare Public Health / NHS update

Category: Tutorial Dates - Other

Date: June 21st 2018 9:30am until 4:15pm

Location: 302/303, 2 Rivergate, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6ED

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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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Healthcare Public Health Tutorial

Thursday 21st June 2018

Room 302 / 303,

Rivergate, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6EH 






Introduction: What is Healthcare Public Health, learning outcomes and timetable for the day

Catherine and Dan



Session 1: Becky Maclean, Consultant in Public Health, Gloucestershire County Council

What is Healthcare Public Health and what does it mean in Local Government?


1045 - 1100



1100 - 1230

Session 2: Sarah Scobie, The Nuffield Trust

Healthcare - strategic and policy overview / New models of care, evaluation,  quality measurement and population health


1230 - 1330

Lunch – Temple Quay Market


1330 – 1415

Training programme team

Diane, Gemma and Maggie attending


1415 - 1500

Session 4: Maggie Rae, PHE

Population health systems from a PHE perspective


1500 - 1515



1515 - 1600

Caroline Gamlin, Medical Director South (South West),  NHS England

Healthcare public health in the South West: NHS perspective



Close – Catherine and Dan



Social – Yurt Lush​





To increase knowledge of healthcare public health, the organisations and individuals involved, and the opportunities for Registrars to get involved through their training.




-       To provide an overview of the work undertaken in healthcare public health by the different organisations working within it

-       To present opportunities for SpRs to get involved in healthcare public health through their training

-       To give a broad overview of the latest developments in NHS strategy at a national / regional level


Suggested learning outcomes


3.1       Display an awareness of current national and international policies and strategies that affect health and wellbeing, and their global context.

5.1       Influence or build healthy public policies across agencies, demonstrating an awareness of different social, cultural and religious perspectives that may influence health.

7.2       Describe and apply the ethical and legal principles of resource allocation in health and care services as it applies to both individuals and groups.

7.5       Describe the stages for evaluation of new drugs and technologies and in order to select and apply these frameworks to inform policy questions.

9.1       Keep your professional knowledge and skills up to date, and participate in audit, regular appraisal and reflective learning.



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