UKPHR Public Health Practitioner Conference 2021 - Day 1

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Day 1 of UKPHR's Practitioner Conference 2021 Covid-19 Challenges: How we responded

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We might have missed you all in 2020, but we're back in 2021 with not one but two conferences!

The theme for Day 1 of our Conference focuses on Covid-19 challenges and how we responded.

When: Thursday 22 April 2021 from 0930 to 1230

Where: Online, via Zoom.

We have some really interesting speakers lined up and workshops to join. There will be 3 workshops to choose from; these are repeated through the morning so if you are in a dilemma between two of them, worry no more!

We'll also be hosting our annual awards at this event, so if you know someone who deserves a nomination don't delay as you only have until 26 February 2021 to send in your nominations.

We have listed below the agenda with the workshops you can join. Please note: when you register you will be asked which workshops you would like to join so that on the day we can send you into the correct virtual breakout room.

PROGRAMME

0930 – 0940 Welcome by UKPHR - Andrew Jones, UKPHR’s Chair

0940 – 1000 A look back at COVID-19 responses in the UK and globally: highs and lows

1000 – 1020 A review of our campaign to promote practitioner registration to date - Liz Bell, PR Consultant

1020 – 1030 Transition to first workshop

1030 – 1050 Workshop session 1

1050 – 1100 Transition to second workshop

1100 – 1120 Workshop session 2

1120 – 1130 Transition to plenary session

1130 – 1225 Annual awards - arranged by Chamberlain Dunn & presented by UKPHR

1225 – 1230 Close of conference - Andrew Jones, UKPHR’s Chair

Workshops

1. Revive and thrive at work –Looking after your own and your colleagues’ mental health and wellbeing. Nike Arowobusoye, Consultant in Public Health, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils

2. What are the resources available to support you in your work? Em Rahman & Deb Lear, UKPHR Practitioner scheme coordinators

3. Why are some communities more at risk from COVID-19 than others? Jenny Douglas, UKPHR Board Member

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