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The Queens Hotel

City Square

Leeds

LS1 1PJ

United Kingdom

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The purpose of this event is to showcase the national, regional and local work in the area of prevention linked to education and training to assist in the culture change for focus shifting onto preventing avoidable ill health and premature mortality.

The event will focus on these areas:

  • Delivering the Prevention agenda at scale

  • Building workforce capacity and capability

  • Making Every Contact Count (MECC)

  • Antimicrobial Resistance and Sepsis

  • Mental Health promotion and Mental Illness prevention

  • Workplace Wellbeing

There will be series of Workshops taking place on the day. You will attend 1 in the morning and 1 in the afternoon. Please refer to the outline information below and book onto your preferred workshops in the Registration section of the booking process. You should select 2 different ones as these will be repeated in both sessions. Please note that Workshop spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Workshop 1

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Sepsis: Building capacity and capability of the current and future workforce.

Lead: Mohamed Sadak - Clinical Lead and Programme Manager, Antimicrobial Resistance and Sepsis - National Programmes, Health Education England

Aims to enable participants to build capacity and capability of the current and future workforce using available educational materials to prevent and improve outcomes on AMR and sepsis.

Workshop 2

Making Every Contact Count (MECC)

Lead: Claire Cheminade - Senior Project Manager, Population Health and Prevention - National Programmes, Health Education England

Aims to showcase work on implementing and embedding MECC at scale, across geographical areas and different workforces.

Workshop 3

Wellbeing in the workplace - How are you feeling today?

Lead: Jennifer Gardner – Programme Lead - Health and Wellbeing, NHS Employers

Aims to explore why workplace wellbeing is important and how it fits with the overall prevention agenda.

Workshop 4

21st Century Public Health – with or without you?

Lead: Alison Farrar - Programme Manager - Wider Public Health Workforce, Health Education England, North West

Aims to highlight the increasing role that public health will play in genomic healthcare and enable delegates to understand their role in these changes.

Workshop 5

Prevention concordat for better mental health: implications for the workforce

Lead: Jude Stansfield FFPH - National Adviser: Public Mental Health, Health Equity & Mental Health, Public Health England

Aims to explore the workforce implications of recent mental health policy and guidance on mental health promotion and mental illness prevention.

Workshop 6

Using social media as a method of supporting workforce development in prevention

Aims to share the experiences of the AHPs4PH team in establishing, maintaining and improving a social media community of practice as a tool to support CPD in public health and prevention for allied health professionals

Lead: Linda Hindle, Deputy Chief AHP Officer for England and PHE Lead Allied Health Professional and National Engagement Lead for Public health in Police, Fire and Ambulance Services, Public Health England

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The Queens Hotel

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Leeds

LS1 1PJ

United Kingdom

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