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Public Health: Prevention in Practice

November 24 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Public Health July 27 2016 Manchester

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Public Health: Prevention in Practice 24 November 2016Open Forum Events are pleased to invite you to the Public Health: Prevention in Practice conference. This event is designed to consider the current public health challenges in the UK today and explore the policies and solutions to influence and improve the health of the nation.

Public health is about helping people to stay healthy, protecting them from threats to their health and encouraging them to minimise their risk to conditions and the impact of illness. Over history there have been significant public health initiatives that have sought to and have achieved major success, however, as is the norm, just as one solution has been sought another problem emerges.

Today there are still many challenges to overcome. Smoking remains the leading behavioural cause of premature death and of health inequalities in the UK. Alcohol and drug abuse are also major issues, whilst the obesity ‘epidemic’ seems to show no significant sign of reversal. The extended period of austerity has brought its own problems with poverty, especially food poverty, being of major concern compounding health inequalities throughout the UK. The emerging but urgent matter of Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) is now a new contender as a major threat to public health.

Join us at Public Health: Prevention in Practice where all the evidence will be reviewed, digested and discussed. A line up of expert speakers will highlight the main issues facing population health, consequences and possible solutions. The efficacy of the very latest initiatives and an insight as to what more can be done will be debated and opinions shared. The conference offers delegates the optimum platform for knowledge sharing, interactive conversation and peer networking.

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Over history there have been significant public health initiatives that have sought to and have achieved major success. As levels of disease during the 20th Century increased, public health policies were introduced, and over the years have been instrumental in increasing the average life expectancy. Much of this was achieved through mandatory intervention such as sanitation, compulsory vaccination programmes and pasteurisation, for example. Today the debate continues as to how much of public health policy should be legislated or should personal healthy lifestyle choice be encouraged and supported.

According to Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive at NICE ‘Taking early action to tackle issues such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption and obesity could save about 103,000 people from dying early each year in England.’ One in every three people in England die under the age of 75 ie an early death. Two-thirds of these deaths are deemed to be avoidable as many are caused by diseases such as heart disease and cancer influenced by lifestyle factors.

To counter some of the lifestyle related risks, initiatives are being put in place. Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer, published new guidelines for safe alcohol consumption at the start of the year following research on health risks for even moderate drinking. The new recommendation of only 14 units of alcohol a week means that England now has one of the strictest drinking guidelines in the world. Further action involves the publication of a new tobacco control strategy for England this year to facilitate a reduction in the prevalence of smoking in England to further improve and protect the health of the nation.

The UK is the second most obese country in Europe. In 2014, 58% of women and 65% of men were overweight or obese. Obesity prevalence has increased from 15% in 1993 to 26% in 2014. In 2014/15, more than 1 in 5 children in Reception, and 1 in 3 children in Year 6 were measured as obese or overweight. Children in most deprived areas are twice as likely to be obese than children in least deprived areas. The long awaited Childhood Obesity Strategy aims to tackle the growing number of youngsters that are overweight or obese. There is a clear link of weight issues in childhood leading to higher risk of morbidity, disability and premature mortality in adulthood. In addition, the Chancellor has unveiled a new so-called ‘sugar tax’ in a bid to cut childhood obesity and raise hundreds of millions of pounds for sports in primary schools.

Antibiotic resistant bacteria are a very real threat to our health. Superbugs, resistant to antimicrobials, are estimated to account for 700,000 deaths each year. The Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, commissioned by the government, says wide-ranging action is required to prevent a post-antibiotic future and warns that without global action, antibiotic resistance will become a “devastating problem” by 2050, responsible for an estimated 10 million deaths a year.

At Public Health: Prevention in Practice expert speakers will discuss the policy and delivery of public health initiatives and their impact on the population. Analysis of the strategies most likely to produce the desired results will be explored, culminating in a panel debate where opinions will be shared, discussed and questioned.

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  • Hear about the current public health issues.
  • Discover what the ambitions are for future public health outcomes.
  • Gain an insight into the very latest public health thinking that is driving strategy.
  • Hear what the latest research is telling us and how it is influencing policy in areas such as tobacco and alcohol.
  • Discuss and debate which programmes are having a positive impact.
  • Listen to examples of innovative initiatives that are positively contributing to supporting prevention and population health.
  • Listen to a synopsis as to what the Strategy for Childhood Obesity is promoting.
  • Engage with a panel of experts in obesity and its related risks on tackling obesity, particularly amongst the younger generation.
  • Benefit from the opportunity to question, discuss and debate current issues and those facing the future.
  • Take advantage of knowledge sharing and professional networking.
  • Gain the maximum number of 6 CPD points.

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Intelligent Health

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To find out more visit: http://www.intelligenthealth.co.uk

 

Agripa at Gardners

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NHS vehicles hold massive potential for communications; they are big, unmissable and travel around the local area all day, every day.
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For the NHS, using our services and making best use of the communications budget, could benefit the health of the nation.

 

TheWEL World

TheWEL World offers:
welworld_logoStaffWEL Programmes providing a lived experience of a WEL journey that places their own wellness at the centre of workers’ professional lives, and through them spreads this learning to the work place, patients and clients.
Facilitator Training to enable staff to be able to deliver local WEL programmes in primary and secondary care contexts and in neighbourhoods.
• Peer support for participants through training up WEL Buddies who provide aftercare support to people who have completed the WEL Programme.
• The opportunity to join an online community who have experienced TheWEL programme and who provide continued peer support.

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MASTA

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The University of Liverpool

uol-logo-cmykThe University of Liverpool has a long established history of being at the forefront of global public health. Here at the University, we offer a Master of Public Health (MPH) at our Liverpool and London campuses and also online.  Our MPH programme is internationally respected for its multidisciplinary focus, research led teaching, and its commitment to the social model of health and its application to addressing inequalities in public health and health care.

 

 

Wendy Meredith, Director for Population Health Transformation, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

wendy_meredith_portraitWendy Meredith is responsible for the development of a unified Public health system that is critical to plans to deliver the greatest and fastest possible improvement to the health and well-being of the 2.8 million people of Greater Manchester (GM).
In her position as GM’s first Director of Population Health Transformation, which originates from the devolution of Health & Care to the city-region, Wendy works alongside senior figures from Public Health England, NHS England, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and other key stakeholders.
The key focus of the new GM public health system is prevention and early intervention. Her wide-ranging role sees her operate across the entire health and care economy, ensuring connections with other priority areas including early years and adult services, and with wider issues such as housing and employment.
Wendy’s previous roles have included Director of Public Health for Bolton Council, overseeing the successful transition of public health from the NHS under the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and the introduction of a number of acclaimed programmes including Starting Well (a new model of care for integrated early years services) and Staying Well (an asset based intervention programme for older people).
She also served as chair of the Greater Manchester Directors of Public Health Group, guiding the ten GM local authorities’ collaborative work to improve health outcomes for their residents through sector led improvement.
Other roles in a career that began in 1983 as an NHS Radiographer in Manchester and Salford have included Deputy Regional Director of Public Health for the North West of England, Director of Public Health for NHS Western Cheshire & Cheshire County Council and Director of Public Health for Central Cheshire Primary Care Trust.
Wendy Meredith is also a fellow of the Faculty of Public Health and holds a Masters Degree in Public Health. Her areas of specific interest include: children’s health and wellbeing; promoting well-being and good mental health; using asset-based approaches; creating conditions and environments which support flourishing communities; and developing a public health workforce to deliver new approaches to public health.

 

Dr Raymond Jankowski, National lead for Healthcare, Public Health, Public Health England

raymond_jankowski_portraitDr Raymond Jankowski is the National lead for Healthcare Public Health at Public Health England (PHE). The current priorities of the national team including the prevention agenda of STPs, Rtcare programme and Specialised commissioning. Raymond has a major interest in falls prevention in older people and is a founding executive member of the National Falls and Fracture Alliance (FFA) and his team is currently coordinating the drafting a national consensus statement on falls fractures and bone health for older people.

Raymond’s National team helped coordinate the PH technical input to the 5 Year Forward View (5YFV) and Raymond chaired the Joint Implementation Board which oversaw the successful launch of the National Diabetes Prevention Programme (DPP) in March 2015. Raymond is currently a member of the National Right Care Oversight Group (RCOG).

Raymond has been a member of several national guidelines and indicator groups, including: the NICE Excess Winter Deaths Guideline Group, NICE Fall Prevention guidelines committee (2013), NICE Quality Standards Advisory Committee and a core member of Public Health Advisory Committee (PHAC).

Previously, Raymond was Director of Public Health, Medical Director and Deputy Director in the NHS and Local Government. Raymond worked as a GP in Hertfordshire till 2004. Previous posts have included Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Medical School, Lecturer in Public Health medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Chair of the National Public Health Primary Care Group.

Raymond’s interests include public health and primary care collaboration and national collaboration between NHS, Local Government and national charities to improve Public Health outcomes.

Raymond enjoys relaxing with his wonderful wife Mary, cycling and Pilates.

 

Dr Ivan Gee, ‎Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University

ivan-gee-portraitIvan is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at the Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University. He has a range of research interests covering the impacts of environmental factors on health. In particular Ivan has conducted tobacco related research that has supported the development of the Smokefree 07 legislation in England and informed national advertising campaigns on the dangers of second-hand smoke. He has also been exploring the impact of advice on Smokefree homes and the effectiveness of smokers’ strategies to limit the exposure to other family members. Ivan has a keen interest in the developing area of e-cigarettes and is working with organisations in the North-West, exploring their policies on e-cigarette use.

 

 

Francesca Archer Todde , Service Manager, Being Well Salford

francesca-archer-todde_portraitFrancesca Archer-Todde is a Service Manager for The Big Life group, where she manages health coaching services for Salford Council and North Manchester CCG. These services are for people wishing to make multiple lifestyle changes that will positively affect health and wellbeing. She has just finished working on Realising the Value with Nesta and the Health Foundation, acting as the case study site for health coaching. Throughout this programme Big Life group and their partners have been strengthening the case for change for person and community-centred care using best practice gathered from delivering Being Well Salford .

Before coming to The Big Life group, she worked delivering international refugee integration programmes in Bradford and in primary care services before embarking upon a MA in Social and Public Policy where she researched the interface between policy making and policy acting within the third sector, and evaluating complex and complicated social interventions.

 

Phil Veasey, Business Development and Marketing Director, Mytime Active

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Phil has a track record of creating and scaling high impact, sustainable strategies and programmes in local communities including:

  • Co writing the recommendations underpinning the implementation of the Morgan Stanley ‘Healthy Cities London’ programme launched in February 2015 – http://www.morganstanley.com/healthycities/london.html
  • The community sport element of the National School Sport Strategy, including ‘Sportivate’, for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and the Department for Education, a £36m project that attracted 900,000 ‘unsporty’ young people into sport in a three-year period – and is now a major 2012 Olympic legacy programme
  • The National Mini Tennis Programme, for the Lawn Tennis Association (now the way children are introduced to the sport globally)

Phil currently sits on the Public Health England National Child Measurement Programme Board, and the NHS England Healthy Communities Advisory Board.

A thought leader who speaks regularly at conferences and events including BBC breakfast and the European Obesity Forums in 2014 and 2015. He was one of 32 experts in ‘workplace health and behaviour’ to contribute to the Bupa Global CMO network publication in 2015: ‘Making Work a Healthier Place’ – a series of thought leadership pieces on recommendations for sustainably improving workplace health – http://www.bupa.com/ourvision/tackling-the-toughest-challenges-in-healthcare/workplace-health/the-cmo-network/

 

Alexandra Steeland, Senior Project Officer, National Energy Foundation

alexandra-steeland-hi-res-croppedAlex joined the National Energy Foundation in 2014 and is responsible for leading innovative projects to improve health and wellbeing through practical energy efficiency improvements and advice. With a BA in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge, she has a background in reviewing public sector approaches to improving energy efficiency and affordable warmth.

Alex currently manages Better Housing Better Health, a health and housing referral scheme provided by the National Energy Foundation in partnership with 11 local authorities across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group. The scheme aims to implement the NICE guidelines on the health risks associated with cold homes (NG6) and reduce pressure on health services by making homes warmer and healthier places to live. As Project Manager, Alex worked with stakeholders to develop a practical and replicable referral mechanism and has provided training for over 100 frontline health and social care professionals.

 

Councillor Izzi Seccombe, Chair, LGA Community Wellbeing Portfolio

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Cllr Izzi Seccombe first came to County politics in 2001 and has held two Portfolio roles. Firstly of Children, Young People and Families from 2005-2010, where she brought together the combined services of Education and Children’s Services, and as Adult Social Care Portfolio Holder between 2010-2013.

Izzi became the first female leader of Warwickshire County Council in May 2013. She has continued to lead her administration with passion, vigour and compassion.

Izzi has been on the LGA Community Wellbeing Board since 2013 and has been Chairman of the Board since September 2014.

 

Louise Robbins, Development Manager (Physical Activity) GreaterSport – Greater Manchester Sports Partnership

louise_robbins_portraitLouise works for GreaterSport, the charity working to inspire a healthier future in Greater Manchester by increasing activity among the people of the city region. Louise works to position and advocate for physical activity in the structures, systems and strategies of Greater Manchester in order to improve health and social care outcomes. She also works with partners to test and develop scalable, evidence based approaches, based on the principle of behaviour change in order to support a sustained increase in activity participation.

Louise manages a small team that promotes and educates the early years profession to uses physical activity to support the best start in life for the children of Greater Manchester. Other programmes she is currently working on include a pilot of Beat the Street in Salford and connecting physical activity to the Ageing Well work.

Outside of work Louise is very active, enjoying walking, running, cycling and swimming and trying new sports and activities for fun.

 

Dr David Reilly, Consultant Physician and Project Director of TheWEL Programme

David ReillyDr David Reilly graduated as a doctor in 1978 from The University of Glasgow. He is now a Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and Member of The Royal College of General Practitioners, and in 2013 was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science by the University of Westminster. He is the Director of TheWEL Programmes, and The Healing Shift Enquiry, and Founder and Director of TheWEL Charity. He is a Consultant Physician in The NHS for Centre for Integrative Care in Glasgow, and Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board’s Lead Clinician for CFS/ME. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine, Glasgow University; Visiting Professor of Medicine, University of Maryland; former faculty member at Harvard Medical School, USA, and he was the first National Clinical Lead for Integrative Care within the Scottish Government.

David is a clinician, teacher and researcher. He directs The Healing Shift Programme of enquiry, development, and research exploring how knowledge from the study of supporting self-healing process and wellness enhancement might be scaled up: eg: in one-to-one relationships; in group work – like The WEL programme (and now as PrimaryWEL and StaffWEL versions) www.thewel.org ; in staff training in Therapeutic Encounter; in integrative models of care; in healing environments (www.ghh.info); and cultural and national development – such as the sister project exploring future Public Health in Scotland (www.AfterNow.co.uk ) project. Research work has also included RCTs, methodology development (including Patient Recorded Outcome measures) and mixed methods clinical evaluations.

 

tracy_lott_portraitlindsay_cairns_portraitTracy Lott , Business Development Manager and Lindsay Cairns, Sales Support Executive, Agripa

With a career history in customer focussed sales, Tracy and Lindsay work in the business development department of Agripa at Gardners, helping public and private sector bodies take advantage of their own vehicles to communicate messages.

In these austere times, Agripa at Gardners is passionate about helping organisations increase their communication, whilst simultaneously reducing their costs.

 

Alex Bax, Chief Executive, Pathway and the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health
alex_bax_portriat-v2Alex joined Pathway in 2010. He brings two decades of public health experience, as a senior advisor to Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson. He led the development of London’s first statutory health inequalities strategy, and chaired London’s European Social Fund and European Regional Development Fund Committees for many years. Alex became a member (through distinction) of the UK Faculty of Public Health in 2012.
Alex’s work with the Mayor’s Office, National Institute for Clinical Excellence, Greater London Alcohol and Drugs Alliance and as a London Child Poverty Commissioner offer him unique insights into the long term social determinants of health, matched only by his passion for fairness and equality.
In addition to his work with Pathway, Alex is a visiting fellow at the Institute of Health and Human Development at the University of East London

 

Dr Paul Sacher, Chief Research and Development Officer, Mytime Active

Paul_Sacher_portraitDr. Paul Sacher is a leading expert and recognised author in the field of child weight management, nutrition and health. He is passionate about making a difference to the lives of children and adults struggling with overweight and obesity. Over the last 19 years he has been working to develop, evaluate and disseminate effective lifestyle weight management interventions globally.

Paul is co-founder of the MEND programme and Head of MEND Research and Development at Mytime Active. He was the driving force behind the development, adaptation and evaluation of MEND’s programmes in the UK, Australia, USA, Canada and the Netherlands.

Paul is also Honorary Senior Research Associate at University College London and has previously worked in the UK National Health Service for 11 years. Paul was a finalist in the Chief Medical Officer’s Public Health Awards, UK, in 2010 and awarded the British Dietetic Association’s most prestigious award (Rose Simmonds) for 2011.

Paul has a BSc in Medicine and a post-graduate degree in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Cape Town and a PhD in Child Health from University College London.

 

Jenny Rosborough Ba MSc, Registered Nutritionist (Public Health) , Campaign Manager, Action on Sugar

jenny_rosburgh_portrait-v2pngJenny is the Campaign Manager at Action on Sugar, a charity that campaigns for sugar reduction through awareness raising and putting direct pressure on the government and food and drink industry to create a healthier food environment. Having completed an MSc in Nutrition at King’s College London and a Joint Honours Degree in English and Sports Science at Loughborough University, Jenny developed international child weight management programmes called MEND (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do it!) based on nutrition education, physical activity and behaviour change. Jenny has worked as a consultant for the NHS and, more recently, the Association for Nutrition to produce a Nutrition Competency Framework for the fitness and leisure sector, funded by Public Health England in response to their report Sugar Reduction: from evidence into action.

 

Amandine Garde, Professor of Law, University of Liverpool

amandine_garde_portraitAmandine Garde is Professor of Law at the University of Liverpool in the UK. Her research interests lie in the fields of Trade, Consumer, Advertising, European Union and Public Health Law. In particular, she has developed an expertise in the legal aspects of obesity prevention and other non-communicable diseases (NCD) risk factors. Her book EU Law and Obesity Prevention (Kluwer Law International, 2010) is the first to offer a critical analysis of the EU’s Obesity Prevention Strategy, and she is co-editor (with Alberto Alemanno) of Regulating Lifestyle Risks: the EU, Alcohol, Tobacco and Unhealthy Diets (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

She is the author of numerous articles and policy reports on food marketing to children and NCD prevention, and she has developed training courses on the role of legal instruments in the prevention of NCDs for, among others, the WHO. She was a member of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Science and Evidence to the WHO Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity. She regularly advises a broad range of international organisations, NGOs and governments worldwide. She is the founder and director of the new Law and NCD Research Unit at the University of Liverpool.

Before moving to Liverpool, she lectured at King’s College London (where she obtained her PhD), at the Faculty of Law in Cambridge (where she was also a Fellow of Selwyn College), at the University of Exeter and at the University of Durham. She spent a year as a postdoctoral fellow at the European University Institute in Florence in 2005-2006 and is also a qualified solicitor.

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