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ADPH Annual Conference 2017

April 11, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Headline Events, Upcoming events by admin

Save the date for the ADPH Annual Conference 2017.

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PHE, ADPH and Health Psychology in PH Network webinar: Behavioural Sciences for Public Health: the rough guide for PH specialists

March 31, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Events, Upcoming events by admin

Want to know whether behavioural sciences can do anything for you?  Not sure which approach works?  This webinar is for you. It will provide busy DsPH and PH Specialists a route map to understand the breadth of behavioural sciences and how they can be applied in public health, to help increase impact of your plans and strategies. You’ll also hear about the forthcoming national framework for behavioural sciences in Public Health.

Speakers:

  •   Amanda Bunten and Tim Chadborn, PHE,
  •   Angel Chater, Division of Health Psychology and Chair, Health Psychology in PH Network
  •   Michelle Constable, Health Psychology in PH Network

Chair: Jim McManus, ADPH and Health Psychology in PH Network

This webinar will be held at 11.00-noon on Thursday 27th April. Registrations are open until  COB Monday 24th April and can be made here.

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ADPH Policy Workshop and AGM 2017

March 31, 2017 in ADPH Updates, Events, Headline Events, Masterclasses and workshops, Upcoming events by admin

The ADPH Policy Workshop and Annual General Meeting will take place on 18th May 2017 in central London.

The purpose of the Policy Workshop is to inform ADPH strategy on policy issues which is why it is only open to Full (and Affiliate) ADPH members. The ADPH Annual General Meeting will be conducted on the same day and is open to all ADPH members.

This event is free of charge and by registration only. Please register through the link as advertised in the weekly newsletter, BriePH.

Click here to view the agenda.

Details on last year’s event can be found here.

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