Thursday, 27 April, 2017
Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington
9.30am - 4.00pm

A Cheshire & Merseyside blood pressure stakeholder event.  

Since the launch of the five year cross sector blood pressure strategy “Saving lives: Reducing the pressure” great progress has been made against its objectives.

One year on from the launch of the strategy, this event aims to bring together colleagues and partners across Cheshire & Merseyside to celebrate success, share learning and re-energise and align the whole system working together on this key priority.

A series of break out sessions will share learning and raise awareness of what has worked well, inspiring and supporting colleagues and partners to adopt and adapt in local settings. It will also build understanding of how everyone can contribute to the overall blood pressure strategy and improve blood pressure outcomes in Cheshire & Merseyside.

All the commitments to further action on blood pressure made on the day will be pulled together into The Big Pledge!

Objectives:

  1. Celebrate success and understand the challenges one year on from the launch of the strategy
  2. Share learning and best practice
  3. Improve patient and public engagement
  4. “Reboot”, energise and align the system

Who should attend?

Public health teams, CCGs, Clinicians, Primary Care Teams, Pharmacists, Voluntary sector and other system partners.

View the programme here

To book your place, please complete the booking form below.

This event is in partnership with PHE North West & NHS England Cheshire & Merseyside. Please e-mail champscpd@wirral.gov.uk with any queries or call 0151 666 5123.

Presentations are available to view here

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Event Booking

Please note that once you have registered below your place is then booked for this event.

If you require any further information in the meantime, please contact the Champs support team on 0151 666 5123

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