Past events

Events| 16th July 2021

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Blood Pressure – the role public health specialists can play

The Faculty of Public Health is delighted to host this...
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Events| 7th July 2021

Building back fairer: Cheshire and Merseyside’s Marmot Community launch event

On Wednesday 7th July, over 280 partners from across Cheshire...
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Events| 6th July 2021

Reaching 2030 cervical cancer elimination targets – New World Health Organisation recommendations for screening and treatment of cervical pre-cancer

To launch updated guidance, WHO, the UN special programme HRP and...
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Events| 30th June 2021

Build Back Fairer in Greater Manchester

Similar to Cheshire and Merseyside’s Marmot Community launch event, colleagues from...
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Events| 28th June 2021

The Kings Fund – Navigating the future of population health

This is a King’s Fund event and is not run...
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Events| 9th June 2021

National Trainee Engagement Forum Insight Event with guest speaker Prof. Chris Whitty

This event is run by HEE How can HEE and...
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Events| 21st April 2021

Making sense of behavioural insights: Addressing vaccine hesitancy

This event is not hosted by Champs Public Health Collaborative....
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Events| 16th March 2021

NW School of Public Health Annual Event – Reflections on Public Health Leadership during COVID-19

This is a HEE NW School of Public Health event...
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Events| 10th March 2021

Managing change – from restructuring, redundancy to home working webinar

Work, worklessness and wellbeing: COVID-19 and beyond  Webinar Series –...
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Events| 3rd March 2021

Developing a COVID secure health and wellbeing strategy webinar

Work, worklessness and wellbeing: COVID-19 and beyond  Webinar Series –...
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Events| 25th February 2021

Real Time Surveillance Workshop

View presentations from the event here This event is by...
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Events| 24th February 2021

Promoting workplace health and wellbeing in COVID-19 and beyond webinar

Work, worklessness and wellbeing: COVID-19 and beyond  Webinar Series –...
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