Public Health Practitioner Conference 2019
12th November 2019
UKPHR would like to invite you to our 10th Practitioner conference. This will take place on 12 November from 1000 -1600 at theStudio in Birmingham and there will be the opportunity to network and gain CPD from our workshop sessions, including the following topics:
- Practical assessing, verifying – and learning
- Protecting the public – health protection readiness for the unexpected
- Engaging with the provider workforce: a session for commissioners of services
Develop Your Career
- You’ve achieved practitioner registration – now what?
- Being a resilient practitioner – Banking your value for wellbeing interventions
- Making the most of writing reflective notes – for CPD, career,
- Personal development and revalidation
Our Guest Speaker will be Wilma Reid, Head of Learning and Improvement at NHS Health Scotland who will present on Competent practitioners, the value of registration.
We will also be welcoming and celebrating our newly-registered practitioners, and we’ll also be holding our second UKPHR Innovation in Public Health Awards. You can find out more about the awards and how to nominate here. You have until Friday 25 October 2019 to send in your nominations. This year we have a new category in the awards which for the best nature based project in the Year of Green Action.
And if you’re sending in a nomination, don’t forget to ask the person nominated to register their attendance at the Annual Conference!
If you’re interested in attending the conference we’d strongly recommend registering as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. You can register your attendance on the link here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Translating evidence into practice – The Allison Thorpe Award – sponsored by UKPHR
This award is aimed at public health practitioners who have made a significant contribution to translating evidence into practice
Improving public health practice
This award aims to seek out examples of the practical application of public health ethics; or significant action taken to improve one’s own or others public health practice
Collaborative working – sponsored by The Health Foundation
This award will be looking for a public health practitioner’s case study that shows good partnership working to improve public health outcomes, and to influence collaboration by others
Contribution to public health registration
This award will be looking for contribution from someone who has highlighted a link between improving practice and registration
Award for the best nature based project in the year of green action – sponsored by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
This award is aimed at nature-based projects that are helping to support people’s health and wellbeing.