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London Public Health Forum

The London Public Health Forum is a collaboration between Office for Health Improvement and Disparities London in partnership with Faculty of Public Health, Association of Directors of Public Health London, UK Health Security Agency, Greater London Authority, NHS England and Health Education England London.

The London Public Health Forum is an opportunity to come together as a public health community to discuss strategic, urgent and critical public health issues in our city.

The Forum allows us to collaborate, strengthen networks and share innovative solutions to improve the health of all Londoners and reduce health inequalities.

The Forum is an opportunity to hear from prominent and world-renowned system leaders, speakers and thinkers to discuss how to best tackle key public health challenges in London.

If you’re a public health professional in London, the Forum is a must attend event. Join the next London Public Health Forum by contacting

OHID London’s Regional Director, Professor Kevin Fenton and other public health systems partners give an overview of the London Public Health Forum.
The next London Public Health Forum:

Towards a Smoke-Free London: Public Health Leadership in Building a Tobacco-Free Generation

Tuesday 12 March 2024, 11:00-12:30 via MS Teams

Chaired by OHID London’s Regional Director, Professor Kevin Fenton, this event is an opportunity to:

  • Deepen the understanding of the public health contribution to the Smoke Free Generation policy and legislation
  • Review the strategic approach to policy and communications on vaping as a quit aid for adults whilst minimising risk to children and young people
  • Celebrate London-wide action on smoking cessation and harm reduction, including tackling the associated health inequalities
  • Share local best practices and innovation in tobacco control

With keynote address from Professor Sir Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England and additional speakers to be confirmed.

Full agenda and joining details will be shared after registration closes on Tuesday 5 March at 18:00

Registration closes Tuesday 5 March at 6pm

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