October 2013 Masterclass
Association of Directors of Public Health & The National Social Marketing Centre
Master class: Public Health within Local Authorities
Friday 11th October 2013
10.00 – 16.30
Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ
The masterclass is an interactive session, with a range of interesting speakers and discussions, the date for this masterclass has now passed, but we are looking to set up future masterclasses for DPHs and their consultants, so please do get in touch if you would like to express and interest. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Speakers at this event included:
Patrick Ladbury, from The National Social Marketing Centre
Chris Kenny, a Director of Public Health in the East Midlands
Josh Gaillemin & Lily Pender, from The Whole Story
Josh Gaillemin has been performing as a storyteller and delivering workshops since 1998. His informal and enthusiastic style has proved popular across the board delivering structured results for businesses, schools and the public sector.
Lily Pender is partner and co-founder, and her ability to translate creative and artistic methodologies into everyday application provides TheWholeStory with a unique and effective learning experience
Prof. Bryan Stoten, from PMA
Bryan has been described by the Health Service Journal as “one of the NHS’ best troubleshooters” Bryan is Chairman of an NHS Trust and has formerly held numerous senior posts within the NHS. He is Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Urban Policy Studies of the UCE, Senior Fellow in the Institute of Governance and Public Management of the Warwick University Business School and a Member of the NHS Confederation Council.
He is the Managing Director of PMA and Co-Director of the Tobacco Control Collaborating Centre.
If you are attending the masterclass the Agenda is available to view here: ADPH Masterclass 11 10 13 Agenda
The masterclass was very successfull and feedback will be shared with members in due course, below are a few pictures of some of our speakers and attendees from the day.