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ADPH and CMO event 2017

February 7, 2017 in Headline Events, Upcoming events by admin

This joint event from the Department of Health and the Association of Directors of Public Health will explore the theme of ‘Working with the private sector for public benefit – national and local perspectives’.

This free event targets current DsPH, however if unable to attend, Full members are welcome to appoint a deputising Associate member.

We will meet on Monday 20th February, 10.00-16.00 in central London. Click here to view the agenda.

Registrations for this event can be completed here.

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ADPH Annual Conference 2016

July 18, 2016 in ADPH Updates, Headline Events by admin

The Right to Health

8th November, central London

The 2016 ADPH Annual Conference took place on 8th November at Woburn House, near Euston station in London. We heard the following presentations:

  • The right to health needs public health; does public health need the right to health? by Professor Paul Hunt, Human Rights Centre, Essex University, former UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health;
  • What causes wellness: the social determinants of health by Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Public Health at Strathclyde University and former CMO for Scotland;
  • Competing rights implications for future generations by Dr Frank Atherton, CMO of Wales and former Deputy CMO of Health for Canada;
  • The right to health through work by Dr Richard Heron, President, Faculty of Occupational Medicine and Vice President Health and Chief Medical Officer at BP.

Members can access more resources from the conference here.

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LGA/ADPH annual public health conference and exhibition 2017

May 28, 2016 in ADPH Updates, Headline Events, Upcoming events by admin

Extending influence to promote health and wellbeing

Thursday 9 March 2017, London

Our joint LGA/ADPH conference on public health will explore and build on the challenging, innovative work being undertaken by councils and public health teams with their partners and local communities. Local authorities continue to make progress on improving health and wellbeing and tackling health inequalities since public health was formally transferred from the NHS in April 2013. The synergies between public health and local government are now beginning to pay off. At a time of great financial difficulty, Directors of Public Health are acting as ‘boundary scanners’, bringing together interesting partnerships from different sectors to meet wide-ranging objectives with maximum efficiency and effectiveness. As public health teams become more conversant with the details of local government’s activities, and as council staff develop a greater understanding of their own areas’ impact on health, new partnerships are developing.

Join us at this popular health conference of the year where we will explore the continuing impact of the transition for councils, their partners and local communities.

Confirmed speakers include Nicola Blackwood MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Innovation and Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director of the Institute of Health Equity at UCL. There will be many opportunities to hear keynote addresses and take part in plenary sessions, participatory breakouts and networking sessions.

Click here for more information and to book your place.


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ADPH/RSPH 160th anniversary celebration

October 18, 2015 in Headline Events by admin

Now and then: 160 years of championing the public’s health

Wednesday 19th October, at 4:30-7pm, London

This year sees the 160th anniversary of the ADPH and RSPH. As both organisations can trace their history back to 1856 – and the formation of the Metropolitan Association of Medical Officers of Health, we are holding a special event to commemorate our birthday.

Hosted by Phillip Woodward, Chair-elect of RSPH and Andrew Furber, President of ADPH, the celebration will include a special lecture from Dr Alex Mold, Senior Lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Deputy Director of the Centre for History in Public Health, who will give an overview of how the public’s health has changed since 1856.

Please see the details in this leaflet.

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