HiAP 2018
A Strategy for Improving Population Health
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HiAP 2018
A Strategy for Improving Population Health
6th of February 2018
Royal Society of Medicine, London

Health In All Policies

08:15-09:00 Registration & Networking
09:00-10:15 1st Morning Plenary
09:00 Chair`s Opening Address
Shirley Cramer CBE (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)
09:10 Health equity and all government policies
Professor Sir Michael Marmot (confirmed)
Director of the Institute of Health Equity, University College London
 
  • The theme of social justice should be at the heart of policy
  • Social justice should be assessed by its likely impact on health equity
09:25 A Whole Council Approach to Health Policies
Sally Burlington (confirmed)
Head of Policy, Local Government Association (LGA)
 
  • What are the barriers to health in all policies?
  • The role of health & wellbeing boards
09:40 A Marmot City Approach
Martin Reeves (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Coventry City Council
 
  • Economic growth and the relationship between employment, workplace and health
  • The diversity agenda, focusing on inequalities which may be hidden in city-wide statistics
09:55-10:15 Q&A Panel Debate
10:15-10:55 Coffee & Networking
10:55-11:40 2nd Morning Plenary
10:55 Prioritising HiAP within Local Authorities: Where to put your efforts?
David Buck (confirmed)
Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King`s Fund
 
  • Direct impacts of actions on health outcomes
  • Nine key areas that can improve public health and reduce inequalities
11:10 Public Health Outcomes: What can a HIAP approach provide
Dr Ann Marie Connolly (confirmed)
Director of Health Equity and Impact, Public Health England
 

Opportunities and challenges in influencing policies  that support improvement in health outcomes 

11:25 Finding Opportunities for Change
Professor Jim McManus (confirmed)
Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council
 
  • A ‘Health in All Places’ strategy
  • Working together across sectors
11:40-12:00 Q&A Panel Debate
12:00-12:15 Comfort Break
12:15-13:00 3 Concurrent, Best Practice Plenary’s
12:15 Preventing childhood obesity: a holistic approach
Kim Roberts (confirmed)
CEO, HENRY
 

Plenary A: Guy Whittle Auditorium

12:15 How digital behaviour change interventions are transforming the treatment of type 2 diabetes and morbid obesity (including tier 3 services)
Dr Mark Jenkins (confirmed)
Medical Director, Oviva UK Ltd
 

Plenary B: Naim Dangoor Auditorium

12:15 A place-based approach to improving health
Joanna Choukeir (confirmed)
Chief Design Officer, Uscreates
 

Plenary C: Seminar Suite

13:00-14:00 Lunch in the Network Surgery
14:00-14:45 Afternoon Session One: 2 Concurrent, Best Practice Plenary’s
14:00 Safeguarding in health and social care - Deprivation of Liberty
Sally Gillies (confirmed)
Adult Social Care Project Manager, Signis Group
 

Plenary A: Guy Whittle Auditorium

14:00 Improving air quality
Richard Greenwood (confirmed)
Founder and CEO, Radic8
 

Plenary B: Naim Dangoor Auditorium

14:45-14:55 Comfort Break
14:55-15:40 Afternoon Session Two: 2 Concurrent, Best Practice Plenary’s
14:55 Adult and Family Weight Management and Lifestyle Service- An integrated Approach
Rachael Ford (confirmed)
Service Manager , Mytime Active
 

Plenary A: Guy Whittle Auditorium

14:55 Dementia Friendly Communities - A council wide approach
Dan Butler (confirmed)
Senior Public Health Principal , London Borough of Merton
Esther Watts (confirmed)
Senior Officer Dementia Friendly Communities - London, Alzheimer’s Society
 

Plenary B: Naim Dangoor Auditorium

15:40-16:30 Coffee & Networking
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