13th May 12:30 - 17:00 and 14th May 09:00 - 13:00
Working together for better Public Health
The School will hold its seventh Annual Scientific Meeting across two days from 13th – 14th May 2021.
We will have a number of key note speakers and debates to discuss the longer term consequences of COVID-19 and future learning for public health, with a particular focus on the health inequalities that have been exposed and worsened by the pandemic, the policy implications and how we tackle this as a community.
Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Scientific Advisor at the Department of Health and Social Care and Head of NIHR
Professor Clare Bambra, Professor of Public Health, Newcastle University
Professor George Davey Smith, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, University of Bristol
Why should Public Health interventions consider agency?
Dr Jean Adams, University of Cambridge and Professor John Coggon, Professor of Law, University of Bristol
How can we maximise the benefit of existing UK data sources to improve Public Health?
Professor Andrew Morris, Director of Health Data Research UK & Dr Ben Goldacre, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
The event will also provide an opportunity for the School to showcase the latest public health research across its programmes and themes including:
- Children, young people & families
- Public mental health
- Places & communities
- Changing behaviour at population level
- Health inequalities
- Efficient and equitable public health systems
Who can attend this event?
This event is open to members of the School, our collaborators and public partners.
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Registration via Eventbrite is now closed. If you are a member of the School, one of our collaborators or a public partner please contact email@example.com to book your place.