Date: 11/09/2018 |
Time: all day
Location: University of Warwick
Organised by: Public Health England
The Public Health England Annual Conference 2018 will bring together over 1500 participants, representing the wide range of organisations contributing to improving the health of the public, for two days of focused learning, experience sharing and networking.
The conference has three key themes which span across the programme:
• promoting world-leading science and evidence
• making the economic case for prevention
• working towards a healthier, fairer society
Each session in the six-track programme is linked to one or more of these themes. Speakers include renowned experts and those with practical experience in putting evidence into action. Detailed information about sessions is now available on the programme page, and updates about presenters will be added over the coming weeks. Public Health England is also including important examples of innovative work in public health in the associated ePosters.
Public Health England is delighted to have keynote presentations from Steve Brine MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Public Health and Primary Care and Professor Dame Theresa Marteau, Director of the Health Behaviour and Health Research Unit, University of Cambridge.
You are advised to book early, as places have been oversubscribed in previous years. If you book both days of the conference you have the opportunity to join an in-depth workshop on the afternoon of Monday 10 September at no extra charge. Register your place here.