Public Health England Annual Conference 2016
13-14 September 2016
University of Warwick, Coventry
‘Evidence into action’ is the theme of this year’s Public Health England conference, which will promote and showcase the application and translation of science and research, to support effective local and national action to improve public health.
The conference will be of interest to representatives from across the health and social care system interested in applied prevention research, programmes and policy. It will bring together over 1400 participants from a wide range of organisations, to learn, network and share knowledge and experience.
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Abstract submissions are invited on work that clearly demonstrates Evidence into action, introducing new ideas, research findings and advances in public health practice and outcomes
Submissions should be made online for consideration for an ePoster presentation. Posters will be displayed on screens, rather than boards this year, and may be viewed on smart phones and tablets.
Submission categories include:
- Improving lives – e.g.Mental health, children and young people’s health and wellbeing, reducing dementia risk
- Improving quality of lives – e.g. Commissioning, prevention and the NHS, reducing inequalities, and improving health across the lifecourse
- Systems, politics and leadership – e.g. Health economics and cost effective decisions, and public health workforce
- Healthy places and communities – e.g. Working and health, and engaging communities
- Horizon 2030 and behavioural change – e.g. Technology and digital data, and lifestyle factors
Deadline for submission: midnight on Friday 6 May
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