Department of Health
PHE annual conference 2016: bookings open
Public Health England’s annual conference takes place from 13 to 14 September 2016 at the University of Warwick.
The Public Health England annual conference 2016 will bring together over 1400 participants from a wide range of organisations, to learn, network and share knowledge and experience.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Evidence into action’. The conference will promote and showcase the application and translation of science and research, to support effective local and national action to improve public health. Keynote speakers will include the Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health and Jane Ellison MP, Minister for Public Health.
6 parallel tracks of sessions covering a wide range of topics from across public health will run on both days. Concurrent sessions will enable participants to create their own schedule and make the most of their time at the conference.
The 6 tracks are:
- improving lives
- protecting lives
- healthy places and communities
- improving quality of lives
- horizon 2030
- systems, politics and leadership
For more details including information on how to book, visit the conference website.
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