Tuesday, 4 June, 2019
14.00pm - 15.00pm

This webinar is run by PHE North West

This webinar is aimed at a wide audience of people working in health, sport, social care, public health, planning, transport, leisure, tourism, education and others who are affected by or can contribute towards the healthy weight agenda. It is part of a series of webinars to support practitioners in Making Every Contact Count and is the third of four on the topic of healthy weight.

The agenda includes -

  1. An Overview of Physical Activity data in the North West

  2. The National Picture and PHE Physcial Activity Clinical Champions National Evaluation

  3. The Local NW Picture - A local Evaluation of the PHE Clinical Champions Programme

To attend this session please register and details to connect to the call will be made available a couple of days before the webinar takes place.

Register here

Upcoming events

Learning hub hosted by Halton Council

17 October, 2019

Runcorn Town Hall

Registration is open for this learning hub brought to you by Halton's public health team.  What are learning hubs? Learning hubs give an opportunity for practitioners within local authorities to build their knowledge and skills in public health. They also facilitate sharing of good practice across teams in Cheshire & Merseyside. Each learning hub will be hosted by a particular local authority...

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Sixth Annual North of England Health Inequalities Conference

28 November, 2019

Leeds Marriott Hotel, 4 Trevelyan Square, Boar Lane, Leeds, LS1 6ET

This event is led by Public Health England The Sixth Annual North of England Health Inequalities Conference will be held in Leeds on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 November. Are we closing the health gap between and within our communities and if so, how? The conference aims to continue to raise the profile of the differences in health equitybetween the North of England and the rest of the country....

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Health Protection CPD event

9 December, 2019

Select Stadium, Widnes

Details to follow.

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