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Improving the public's health: the key roles of nurses and midwives


Dates:

26 June 2013

Location:

The Kia Oval
Surrey County Cricket Club,
Kennington, London SE11 5SS

Description:

Speakers include Dr Dan Poulter MP, Minister for Health.

Participants will have the opportunity to take part in discussions to identify the support needed to make the biggest impact on a wide range of topics including:

  • specialist public health and social determinants of health
  • a healthy start
  • mental health and wellbeing
  • improving health outcomes of people with a learning disability
  • the role of acute hospitals in health of local populations
  • making every contact count
  • a public health narrative for nurses and midwives

And more!

The Director of Nursing for Public Health England and Department of Health will conclude by setting out how your ideas will be taken forward.

See the website for full details [external link], and to book your place.
 


Last reviewed: 1 May 2013