Tuesday, 21 May, 2019
Webinar
14.00pm - 15.00pm

This webinar is organised by PHE Northwest. Please see below for further details and how to book a place:

This webinar is aimed at a wide audience of people working in health, social care, public health, planning, transport, leisure, tourism, education and others who are affected by or can contribute towards the healthy weight agenda. It is part of a series of webinars to support practitioners in Making Every Contact Count and is the second of four on the topic of healthy weight.

The agenda includes -

  1. A national overview of the need for a whole systems approach
  2. An update from Leeds Becket University on how the toolkit has been developed and how it can be used
  3. A local example of practice by an area which has take a whole systems approach to obesity

To attend this session please register and details to connect to the call will be made available a couple of days before the webinar takes place.

Register through the eventbrite website here

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