This day-long workshop and knowledge exchange event will bring together individuals from across the world to present their work on meeting global public health challenges within primary care settings and work with communities. Three broad areas of interest include:
- Gender, sexualities and health
- Poverty and inequalities
- Mental health and well-being
The hope is that through sharing of practices and research findings from partners around the world, cross disciplinary and cross-country learning can be facilitated to explore the opportunities that primary care and community settings offer in work to manage public health challenges. Particular emphasis will be placed on creating opportunities to think critically on how ideas and research findings can be put into everyday practice in everyday health care settings and communities.
Organisations and academics are invited to submit abstracts to present their work on one of the above areas. Submissions must be received no later than 15 September 2016. Please email your submission to Dr Rochelle Burgess at firstname.lastname@example.org by this date.
The event is free and open to practitioners, researchers, members from non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the wider community.
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Working closely with health, social care, independent and voluntary sectors, the Centre for Primary Health and Social Care offers project management, practice development, research and evaluation as well as specialist inter-professional education and training packages to support career progression. Our activities support the development of best practice and outcomes in health and social care working in partnership with our key stakeholders and especially service users.