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April 29, 2024
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CDoH Essentials National Launch – REGISTRATION CLOSES TODAY

| | April 29, 2024


29 April 2024    
13:00 - 14:00


Event Type

  • Webinar

CDoH Essentials national launch details

Do you:

  • Work in local public health?
  • Want to introduce your colleagues to the Commercial Determinants of Health?
  • Want to build support for action to tackle the Commercial Determinants of Health in your organisation?


If so, come along to hear about how we have developed a package of materials to help you plan and run an introductory workshop or briefing session for key colleagues on the Commercial Determinants of Health.


Developed through action research and tested in five local authorities, the materials include:

  • A ‘start here’ introductory and overview document
  • Learning objectives
  • A menu of options for content and delivery methods
  • Sample agendas
  • Draft invite text
  • Delivery materials – including slides, facilitator guides, handouts, case studies and posters
  • A general facilitator guide that shares some more detailed reflections about experiences running the sessions based on the interim analysis done as part of the research and how to approach facilitation overall


We are holding a launch event for public health staff to find out more. Speakers will include:

  • Alice Wiseman, DPH for Gateshead & Newcastle and Vice-President of the Association of Directors of Public Health
  • Local public health research partners who tried the materials out
  • The core research team: Anna Brook, Public Health Registrar and lead researcher, Dr May van Schalkwyk and Professor Mark Petticrew, Commercial Determinants of Health Research Group, LSHTM

Who should attend?
This launch event is for UK public health professionals working in or closely with local authorities who may wish to use the materials. Please only share with colleagues within this definition. NB Public health staff working in NHS or other settings may also apply to register.

This looks to be a very useful event given the crossover between Gambling Harms and the CDoH.

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