UKPHR Public Health Practitioner Conference 2021 - Day 2

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Day 2 of UKPHR's Practitioner Conference 2021 Covid-19 Challenges: What we will do next

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Please join us for the second day of our conference as we look forward to what will we do next.

When: Thursday 29 April 2021 from 0930 to 1230

Where: Online, via Zoom.

Again, we have some really interesting speakers lined up and workshops to join. There will be 4 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 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.

Tickets for both events will be available until 31 March 2021, so please do register before this date.


0930 – 0940 Welcome by UKPHR – Marcial Boo, UKPHR's Chief Executive

0940 – 1000 A look at public health planning in Scotland – Tim Andrew. Organisational Lead for Strategy & Change, Public Health Scotland

1000 – 1020 What’s happening in England with the changes to its public health system – Maggie Rae, President of the Faculty of Public Health

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 'hot topics' and a chance to get involved

1130 – 1200 A summary of hot topics from the two days’ breakout sessions – with voting and a chance for audience members to speak

1200 – 1225 Ambition, drive and values, how we will help improve health and wellbeing and tackle inequalities - Christina Marriott, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Society for Public Health

1225 – 1230 Close of conference – Marcial Boo, UKPHR's Chief Executive


1 Attitudes of employers to practitioner registration. Professor David Evans, University of West of England and UKPHR Board member

2 Modern communications skills including how to address “fake news”. Patrick Burns, former BBC West Midlands Politics Editor

3 Public health workforce planning . David Kidney, former CEO, UKPHR

4 Preparing for future severe threats and uncertainty - Tim Sims, International Programme Director, team coach, facilitator for UNICEF

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