ADPH English System Survey 2017 Summary Report

August 11, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Publications

Summary results from the ADPH English Public Health System Survey 2017.

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ADPH Response to the Latest Drug-Related Death Figures

August 3, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Alcohol and Drugs

Attached is the ADPH Statement in response to the latest drug-related figures, posted on 3rd August 2017.

The Association of Directors of Public Health – Response to the latest drug-related deaths figures_

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Statement on the Government Drugs Strategy 2017

July 14, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Alcohol and Drugs, Publications

Attached is the ADPH Statement on the Government Drugs Strategy 2017, published 14th July 2017.

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LGA/ADPH Conference: Sexual and reproductive health: building strong relationships meeting local needs

June 23, 2017 in Events, Headline Events

This one day conference provided a timely opportunity to look at some of the key policy developments that will affect sexual and reproductive health over the next few years. It highlighted innovative work being undertaken by councils and their partners, explored key policy developments and discussed how we can build on best practice.

This event was held on Thursday 13 July,  in central London. ADPH President, Dr Andrew Furber co-chaired this event.

Presentations from this event can be found here.

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ADPH Business Plan 2017-2020

May 24, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Business Plans, Publications

ADPH Business Plan 2017-2020.

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Annual Review 2016-17

May 22, 2017 in Annual Reviews, Publications

Annual Review 2016-17.

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DPH Annual Report Competition 2016 – Results

May 19, 2017 in Annual Report Competition

Last year’s entries to the ADPH Annual Report Competition represented a great year with real innovation, interesting and unusual topics, great case studies and excellent added value.

The results from the competition were:

3rdNorth Yorkshire, for a standard but exceptionally good report

2ndWarwickshire, for the wow factor and important bits

1stLeeds, for reminding us that health is about people and place

Runners-up were Halton and Middlesbrough.

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ADPH Annual Conference 2017

May 5, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Events, Upcoming events

Registrations are now open for the ADPH Annual Conference 2017. Please register via the link as advertised in the weekly newsletter.

When?

Wednesday 29 November 2017, 09.00-17.00

Where?

Woburn House, Central London

About

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This year’s theme will focus on the DPH as an advocate.

The conference also provides a forum for networking and discussion opportunities for leaders in Public Health across the British Isles.

All ADPH subscriber organisations receive one free member place plus unlimited subsidised places for Associate members.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, Chair of the Health Select Committee
  • Dr Katherine Smith, Reader – Global Public Health Unit, University of Edinburgh 
  • Olly Buston, Founder of Future Advocacy
  • Dr William Bird MBE, Founder and CEO of Intelligent Health

Additional information

Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

 

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ADPH Policy Workshop and AGM 2017

May 4, 2017 in Events, Headline Events

The ADPH Policy Workshop and Annual General Meeting took place on 18 May 2017 in central London. Thank you to all those who attended and for your input and support.

Materials from this event are available on eForums.

Dr Andrew Furber, ADPH President and DPH, Wakefield addressing the attendees

Dr Andrew Furber, ADPH President and DPH, Wakefield addressing the attendees

 

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SLI Leadership

April 27, 2017 in Sector Led Improvement

SLI Programme Board:

  • Andrew Furber, DPH, Wakefield Metropolitan District Council
  • Jeanelle De Gruchy, DPH, London Borough of Haringey
  • Jim McManus, DPH, Hertfordshire County Council
  • Tim Allison, DPH, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
  • Janet Atherton, Senior Advisor, PHE
  • Melanie Sirotkin, Centre Director, North West, PHE
  • Caroline Tapster, Director, Health and Wellbeing System Improvement Programme, LGA

Regional SLI Leads in England:

  • East Midlands – Mike Sandys, DPH, Leicestershire County Council
  • East of England – Jim McManus, DPH, Hertfordshire County Council
  • London – Penny Bevan, DPH, London Borough of Hackney and City of London Corporation and Steve Whiteman, DPH, Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • North East – Amanda Healy, DPH, Durham County Council
  • North West (Cheshire and Merseyside) – Helen Cartwright, Head of Commissioning and Mobilisation, Champs Public Health Collaborative
  • North West (Cumbria and Lancashire) – Sakthi Karunanithi, Director of Public Health and Wellbeing, Lancashire County Council
  • North West (Greater Manchester) – Angela Hardman, DPH, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
  • South East – Judith Wright, DPH at Berkshire
  • South West – Trudi Grant, DPH, Somerset County Council
  • West Midlands – Frances Howie, DPH, Worcestershire County Council
  • Yorkshire and Humber – Tim Allison, DPH, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
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