Annual Conference- November 18th 2013

October 4, 2013 in Events, Headline Events by admin

ADPH Annual Conference 2013

Reducing Health Inequalities

Sharing UK, European and wider Public Health approaches

Monday 18th November 2013

9.30 – 16.30

Victory Services Club, 63-79 Seymour Street, London W2 2HF

All members are cordially invited to the annual conference, which will this year take place on November 18th at the Victory Services Club in London, to book a place at the conference please download and return the form below. Forms should be returned to

73 kBAnnual_Conference_Registration Form

The agenda is now available to view below

103 kBFinal Agenda ADPH Conference 18 Nov 2013

Speaker Information

To see who is speaking at the event please click the link below:

102 kBSpeaker profiles

Many thanks to those of you who attended, and made the event so fantastic!

Speaker presentations and other documents are now available to view;

Paul Lincoln – UK Health Forum, Reducing Health Inequalities and Avoidable Deaths – the UK & International Perspective on NCD’s

3 MBMorning Session – Presentation 1

Barbara Ferrer – Health Commissioner for Boston/NACCHO, Tackling Health Inequalities – The American Perspective

2 MBMorning Session- Presentation 2

Panel Discussion – Working Together Across Boundaries – Tackling Health Inequalities Across the UK – Chair: Jeanelle de Gruchy

Presentations from 3 Panel Members – Peter Bradley, Paul Darragh and Gerry McCartney

Peter Bradley – Wales

265 kBAfternoon Session – Presentation 1

Paul Darragh – Northern Ireland

552 kBAfternoon Session – Presentation 2

Gerry McCartney – Scotland

712 kBAfternoon Session – Presentation 3

Gerry McCartney has also provided the following links regarding the impacts of Welfare Reform in Scotland

  1. NHS Scotland Papers on the Impacts of Welfare Reform
  2. Papers from The Scotland Public Health Observatory, regarding how welfare reform has impacted health inequalities in Scotaland

Janet Atherton – ADPH President, ADPH Into the Future

161 kBAfternoon Session – Presentation 4