healtheurope 2016 / about this event

In every English city, town, district and region, public health commissioners and programme leaders share many common objectives with their professional counterparts from across the UK and continental Europe.

While facing an ever-growing series of social, economic and demographic challenges, each must seek new ways of prioritising the health and wellbeing needs of their local communities; driving up standards of service; improving public health outcomes; and delivering even-better value for the public purse.

healtheurope.eu  offers a platform to share knowledge and identify innovative approaches within individual countries, sharing information with their regions and to other European nations.

By examining steps taken to rise to the challenges of 21st century public health provision, it signposts the shared road ahead for professionals, provider organisations and national governments.

To help stimulate this process, healtheurope.eu will deliver a programme of live events, staged in major European cities, each bringing together a personally-invited delegate audience of public health commissioners and programme leaders from across the individual ‘host’ country.

Each healtheurope.eu event will also be live broadcast – enabling on-the-day access to all proceedings for key professional observers from other nation states across Europe.

Incorporating on-demand digital recordings of each live event; information resources; research; reports; analysis and case-study material; healtheurope.eu provides an interactive online-hub and resource-base, open to all.

Register
Kumon HLSA 2013

www.churchhouseconf.co.uk

When & Where
Church House Conference Centre,
Deans Yard, Westminster
London,
United Kingdom
25 May 2016 at 08:00am

Organiser
www.healtheurope.eu
@healtheuropeeu
www.facebook.com/healtheurope.eu

Event Speakers / our guests

Sponsors, Supporters & Speaker Organisations

PROGRAMME

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Registration

08:30am - Networking Breakfast in the Exhibition areas
Dr. Barbara Kerstiëns (confirmed)Dr. Barbara Kerstiëns (confirmed)Deputy Head of Unit - Fighting infectious diseases and advancing public health - Health Directorate, Research and Innovation Directorate- General , European Commission

Public Health challenges in the EU

Public Health challenges in the EU

Barbara will outline the key challenges which face Europe as a whole and detail some of the initiatives which the European Commission is funding to help tackle these universal issues.

Tracey Cooper (confirmed)Tracey Cooper (confirmed)Chief Executive at Public Health Wales

Healthcare in a devolved economy – lessons learned

In this session Tracy will be examining how delivering healthcare in a devolved economy has presented challenges as well as offered unique opportunities to shape the way healthcare is delivered, and showcasing the results that have been achieved through legislation and differing budgetary priorities.

Bleddyn Rees (confirmed)Bleddyn Rees (confirmed)European Connected Health Alliance

Breaking down barriers to sharing innovation

In this challenging presentation, Bleddyn will be looking at the impact of disruptive technologies and examining the ways in which silos which prevent progress can be broken down, using examples from across Europe to illustrate where innovation has not been stifled but encouraged in order to achieve real action and results.

Christa HolmborgChrista HolmborgGeneral Manager, Finnish – British Chamber of Commerce

Finland – Dynamic Innovation in Digital Health

Showcasing the innovative ways of delivering healthcare in Finland, Christa will outline some of the ways in which digital technology has been embraced by patients and start-up companies alike, and outlining plans for how this could be replicated in other countries.

Q&A

Questions and answers

Workshops 1

The interactive multi-media workshop sessions are not pre-bookable, seats will be allocated on a first come- first seated basis so get to your chosen workshop quickly! You may choose from any of the workshops without restriction.
sessions include:

Reduction in fractures from Osteoporosis with revolutionary point of care screening - Presented by Bindex
Maximum Resource Efficiency – How this is achieved in Finland – Presented by Megarevolution
Best Practice Digital Delivery of Mental Health Services for CYP and Adults - Presented by Xenzone and Kooth

Workshops 2

The interactive multi-media workshop sessions are not pre-bookable, seats will be allocated on a first come- first seated basis so get to your chosen workshop quickly! You may choose from any of the workshops without restriction.
sessions include:

An integrated approach to a hidden problem - tackling the consequences of malnutrition – Organised by BAPEN in conjunction with Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition
Communicating the public health message through digital behaviour change - Presented by Transform

Workshops 3

The interactive multi-media workshop sessions are not pre-bookable, seats will be allocated on a first come- first seated basis so get to your chosen workshop quickly! You may choose from any of the workshops without restriction.
sessions include:

Infection control in public buildings - Presented by Hyper Hygiene
The 'health-bus' road to intelligent community outreach - Presented by Inspire Engage

Abbygail Jaccard (confirmed)Abbygail Jaccard (confirmed)Deputy Director of Public Health Modelling, UK Health Forum

Programmes in Public Health

Abbygail is Deputy Director of Public Health Modelling at UKHF. She holds a PhD in mathematical Modelling of Biological Complexity from the University College London.

Saffron Cordery (confirmed)Saffron Cordery (confirmed)Director of Policy and Strategy, NHS Providers

Challenges of implementing policy to be effective in the UK

Saffron Cordery is Director of Policy and Strategy at the NHS Providers, the membership body and trade association for foundation trusts and NHS trusts. She has extensive experience in policy development, influencing and communications and has worked in the healthcare sector since 2007. .

Q&A and Panel discussion based around questions from the audience and e-delegates

Other Panel Members to join the panel debate:
- Michael Wood, Senior Advisor, NHS Confederation (confirmed)
- Professor Ram Dhillon, Hon Professor, Middlesex University London; Consultant Ent Surgeon, London North West Hospitals NHS Trust

Saffron Michael

JRSM and JRSM Open

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Pricing / our ticket choices

Delegate

£354.00

Price above inclusive of VAT
Invaluable Networking Opportunity
Live Q&A Sessions
Interactive Workshops
Emailed Event Updates

E.Delegate

£42.00

Price above inclusive of VAT
Watch Online from Any Location
Send Questions for Q&A
Interactive Workshops
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Venue / Church House Conference Centre

"Church House Conference Centre is a historic grade II listed venue situated in the heart of Westminster. With award-winning events, catering and AV teams we have gained the reputation of being one of London's top venue in Central London and welcome over 800 events each year."

"One of London’s true hidden gems, our venue is set within leafy Dean’s Yard and offers a peaceful setting for your event along with stunning views of Westminster Abbey whilst being only a few minutes’ walk from London’s main attractions."

"All our 19 function rooms offer versatile space for a range of events for up to 664 guests. Whether you are looking to organise a glittering Christmas party or an international conference with web streaming, we can tailor our services to match your requirements."

"We are served by excellent transport links and are within easy walking distance of both Westminster and St James’s Park underground stations, and Victoria, Waterloo and Charing Cross mainline train stations."

Event Location

Church House Conference Centre
Deans Yard, Westminster
London, United Kingdom
+0044 (0)20-7390-1590

www.churchhouseconf.co.uk

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