Tuesday, 10 March, 2015
Edgbaston Stadium
9am

Public Health England's (PHE) Public Mental Health Team and National Mental Health Dementia and Neurology Intelligence Network are pleased to announce their third annual summit, Public Mental Health Summit: Collaborating in a Changing Landscape.

This free to attend summit is aimed at people working across the public health system who have a particular interest or responsibility for the planning, commissioning and provision of public mental health programmes and services. This will include:
• Local authorities
• NHS England
• PHE centres
• Voluntary sector
• Health and wellbeing boards
• CCGs

This is an opportunity to share work, learning and experience from across the country and continue to build a national network and community of interests in this vital area of health and wellbeing.
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