Thursday, 26 June, 2014

Events ongoing throughout year. 

For booking inforamtion please visit the LGA website.

 

Food for thought: Joint approaches to safe food and healthy eating (London)

26 June 2014

This conference will explore some of the key issues facing public and environmental health teams as they plan their joint work on food, and look at some of the joint approaches that are already working.

 

LGA annual conference and exhibition 2014 (Bournemouth, 8-10 July 2014)

8 July 2014

The Local Government Association's annual conference is the biggest event in the local government calendar. It also is one of the biggest political conferences of the year regularly attracting over 1,200 delegates.

 

LGA annual conference and exhibition 2014 (Bournemouth, 8-10 July 2014)

8 July 2014

The Local Government Association's annual conference is the biggest event in the local government calendar. It also is one of the biggest political conferences of the year regularly attracting over 1,200 delegates.

 

LGA/RSN Annual Rural Conference 2014: Sustainability out of Austerity (Chester)

9 September 2014

The Annual Rural Conference is the key event for rural policy and decision-makers in local government. This well-established event provides a unique opportunity for elected members, officers and others involved in rural affairs to network and discuss how rural issues can be addressed by local authorities.

 

Health and wellbeing peer training event (Coventry, 2 - 3 October 2014)

2 October 2014

The Health and Wellbeing Systems Improvement Programme at the LGA plans to deliver 15 to 20 peer challenges during 2014/15.

 

Leadership Essentials for HWB Chairs (Coventry, 14 – 15 October 2014)

14 October 2014

This is an opportunity for Chairs and Vice-Chairs to come together to have space to think and reflect, share experiences, network and actively learn from each other through the tried and tested LGA focused two-day residential Leadership Academy model.

 

LGA/RSN Annual Rural Conference 2014: Sustainability out of Austerity (Chester)

9 September 2014

The Annual Rural Conference is the key event for rural policy and decision-makers in local government. This well-established event provides a unique opportunity for elected members, officers and others involved in rural affairs to network and discuss how rural issues can be addressed by local authorities.

 

Health and wellbeing peer training event (Coventry, 2 - 3 October 2014)

2 October 2014

The Health and Wellbeing Systems Improvement Programme at the LGA plans to deliver 15 to 20 peer challenges during 2014/15.

 

National Children and Adults conference 29-31 October 2014
This event offers you the opportunity to hear the very latest thinking on key children and adult policy and improvement agendas.

Upcoming events

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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  The Cheshire & Merseyside Directors of Public Health want to seek the views of key stakeholders about establishing a Mental Wellbeing Commission for the sub-region that: •           Gains a strategic, upstream approach to Mental Wellbeing •           Creates a strong narrative and ownership •           Considers a life-course approach •           Keeps the focus simple   The Scoping...

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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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