Public Health: What Next?

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Public Health: What Next?

12th June 2019, 14:00 – 16:00 [registration and refreshments from 13:30]; Hutton Hall [Hutton Hub], College Lane, University of Hertfordshire

This Masterclass will include:

  • Thoughts around the current context of population health needs both nationally and locally – how can we achieve positive Public Health outcomes against greater financial constraints?
  • Key updates about Public Health in Hertfordshire and partnership approaches/funding opportunities
  • Introduction and launch of the new Hertfordshire Public Health Connect website

Chaired by Councillor Tim Hutchings, Executive Member for Public Health and Prevention, Hertfordshire County Council, this will be a unique and valuable opportunity to discuss some of the current challenges facing Public Health, and to engage with the collaborative work and opportunities available in Hertfordshire and more widely within the East of England.

This masterclass will include facilitated roundtable discussions about the areas addressed, and an opportunity to look in more detail at the Herts PH connect website.


  • Professor Jim McManus, Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council
  • Professor Wendy Wills, Director of Centre for Research in Public Health and Community Care (CRIPACC)
  • Professor Ian Campbell, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
  • Ciceley Scarborough, Project Manager Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council

This event is free for all relevant professionals working in Hertfordshire, whether statutory, private or voluntary sector.

Whether you work in a healthcare or local government setting, delivering a frontline service or perhaps an organisation that is community based, awareness and understanding of Public Health principles will benefit your residents, clients and service users.  It will be of interest to the voluntary & charitable sectors, as well as policy makers, researchers and commissioners who will benefit from our PH connect launch, which brings together information about research, practice and education for professionals and students across the East of England.

To register, or to find further information, please visit the Eventbrite page (password: publichealth123)
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