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Capita announces details of its 2nd National Reforming Public Health Conference – Tuesday, 10th July 2012, Central London
Capita ConferencesMay 03, 2012 14:21 BST
Hear from Public Health England at Capita’s 2nd National Reforming Public Health Conference, taking place on Tuesday, 10th July 2012, Central London
The Health and Social Care Act gives local authorities the responsibility for Public Health from April 2013. Capita’s 2nd National Reforming Public Health Conference prepares all stakeholders for the changes ahead and showcases best practice for implementing a smooth transition.
This strategically timed event offers delegates the chance to hear from the Department of Health and leading local areas on key issues, including the role of Public Health England, promoting, protecting and improving health and the importance of partnership working across the NHS, voluntary sector, public health and social care.
Keynote Address: Dr Ruth Hussey OBE, Director, Public Health England Transition Team, Department of Health
Jim McManus, Joint Director of Public Health, Birmingham City Council
Chair: Angela Mawle, Former Chief Executive, UK Public Health Association
Professor Paul Johnstone, Director of Public Health, NHS North of England
Dr Nicholas Hicks, Director of Public Health, NHS Milton Keynes and Milton Keynes Council
Dr Andrew Lee, GP and Public Health Consultant, NHS Nottingham City and Clinical Commissioning Champion, RCGP Centre for Commissioning
Benefits of attending:
Receive a policy update from Public Health England, offering insight into whole system change to achieve better outcomes for communities
Hear from Joint Directors of Public Health already working across councils and the NHS to join up services and ensure local authority centred public health is a reality
Discover how local partnership working by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Health and Wellbeing Boards is integral to improving public health
Understand how to measure outcomes, use evaluation tools and deliver health improvements
Find out how to reduce inequalities through targeted working and prioritising areas of deprivation
Recognise the crucial role the third sector can play in delivering positive health outcomes
Benefit from best practice guidance on strengthening joint working between local authorities and the NHS
For more information, visit the website: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/health-social-care/full-conference/article/reforming-public-health-conference-transferring-responsibilities-and-integrating-services.html?code=SMMK
or download the brochure: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/pdfgen.html?filename=Reforming_Public_Health_WOPDF.pdf&code=SMMK
Contact: Catherine Kennedy – Catherine.Kennedy@capita.co.uk / 020 7202 0557