Tuesday, 24 June, 2014
London

Integrating physical and mental health services has never been more important, offering better care and outcomes for patients, and opportunities for health and care to operate more efficiently. At this free to attend event on 24 June in London, leading national experts will present the evidence base for integration, showcase examples of best practice and new national initiatives. Speakers include Professor Michael Sharpe, University of Oxford, Dr Geraldine Strathdee, national clinical director for mental health and Bob Ricketts, director of commissioning support, NHS England. For more inforamtion visit: http://www.pcc-cic.org.uk/news/integrating-physical-and-mental-health-se...

 

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Public Health England in partnership with the Association of Directors of Public Health Y&H, Birmingham University and Northumbria University are holding a free masterclass for the North of England on ‘Reading City-Regions as a Process of Urban Diagnostics’.   The science and art of prioritisation is a key function of public health; using a variety of scientific methods to identify matters...

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Save the Date for NHS England Population Health Management Community of Practice event Keynote from Ribera Salud and plans to discuss the impact of the long term plan on PHM Further details to follow. Refer to NHS England event page

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Save the Date for NHS England Population Health Management Community of Practice event Keynote from Terri Kane from Intermountain Healthcare. The event will also be looking at increasing multidisciplinary analytical capability and working with local authorities. Further details to follow. Refer to NHS England event page

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