Wednesday, 1 May, 2019
Barnes Wallis Building, The University of Manchester, Sackville Street Campus, Manchester, M1 7JA
9.30am - 13.15pm

This event is led by the North West Masterclass Collaboration. Please book via the link below.

This is an unprecedented opportunity to hear directly from Sir Michael Marmot how the concept of Marmot friendly communities can be applied in practice. Learn from the application of this thinking across Greater Manchester as well as exploring much broader challenges around the populations’ health. This event builds on the highly successful health and housing conferences that we have run for the past three years across the North West.

Event Programme

Setting out the case: The populations health and the challenges ahead
David Buck, Senior Fellow, Kings Fund

A whole system approach to population health – the Greater Manchester approach
Sarah Price, Executive Lead for Population Health and Commissioning
Greater Manchester Social Care Partnership

Case studies: Sharing examples of population health improvement projects

Making a difference in Halton
Hear from colleagues about the work they are doing locally to make a difference
Eileen O’Meara, Director Public Health, Halton Borough Council, Chris Carlin, Well Halton Project Manager

Transforming housing in Warrington
Hear how the team at Warrington are making a difference around social housing
Muna Abdel Aziz, Director Public Health, Warrington Borough Council, Dave Cowley, Head of Service, Housing Standards, Warrington Borough Council

A Healthier Fleetwood
As a Healthier Fleetwood Champion and GP Janet will share work underway in Fleetwood. Hear also from a local resident how this work has transformed her life.
Dr Janet Johnson, Healthier Fleetwood champion

Developing Marmot friendly communities – what does this mean in practice?
Sir Michael Marmot, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London.

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