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 ASSETS ALL ROUND US – new approaches to health and wellbeing in our places
Martin Reeves (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Coventry City Council
  • It’s not about health services

  • It’s not about professionals fixing us

  • It’s about creating the environment which enables people to lead healthier, wealthier, happier and better connected lives

  • It’s about the unusual suspects shaping their futures

  • It’s about re-imagining our people and places as assets, not liabilities

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)
Deputy Director, Health Equity and Mental Health, 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 2 Concurrent, Best Practice Plenary’s
12:15 Preventing childhood obesity: a holistic approach
Kim Roberts (confirmed)

Plenary A: Guy Whittle Auditorium

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

Plenary B: Max Rayne Auditorium 

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: DoLS and the Liberty Protection Safeguards
Sally Gillies (confirmed)
Adult Social Care Project Manager, Signis Group

Plenary A: Guy Whittle Auditorium

14:00 How digital behaviour change interventions are transforming the treatment of type 2 diabetes and obesity (including tier 3 services)
Dr Mark Jenkins (confirmed)
Medical Director, Oviva UK Ltd

Plenary B: Max Rayne 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 Improving air quality
Richard Greenwood (confirmed)
Founder and CEO, Radic8

Plenary B: Max Rayne Auditorium 

15:40-16:30 Coffee & Networking
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