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Date:  23 Oct 2018 17:48:13 Hong Kong Time

World Health Organization - Confirmed to speak




HiAP 2019
Delivering Health Equity Tackling Inequalities

1st of May 2019 - RSM, London

Due to the huge amounts of positive feedback received during and post the HiAP 2018 - A Strategy for Improving Population Health conference which took place on February 6th this year, Govconnect are proud to announce HiAP 2019 - Delivering Health Equity, Tackling Inequalities.

For those who were not in attendance at the innagural conference or aware, Health in All Policies (HiAP) is an approach to policies that systematically and explicitly takes into account the health implications of the decisions we make; targets the key social determinants of health; looks for synergies between health and other core objectives and the work we do with partners; and tries to avoid causing harm with the aim of improving the health of the population and reducing inequity.

The HiAP 2019 conference will serve to provide help for local authority and NHS decision makers, sharing insight on how best to collate evidence, identify impacts, take action and prioritise interventions. It will provide all delegates with a number of pre conference toolkits and practical solutions which can help them deliver immediate steps towards rebalancing the many societal and health related challenges they may face.

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Speakers Include

Prof John Newton
National Director of Health Improvement
Public Health England

Dr Piroska Östlin
Director for Health and Well-being
World Health Organisation

Shirley Cramer CBE
Chief Executive
Royal Society for Public Health

Sarah Pickup OBE
Deputy Chief Executive
Local Government Association
Cllr Izzi Seccombe OBE
LGA Community Wellbeing Board
Martin Reeves
Chief Executive
Coventry City Council

The pre conference process for HIAP 2019 seeks to encourage all interested parties to submit information and case studies for consideration. With certain case study submissions then being included in the sessions. Irrespective of selection all submitted content will be shared via our resource library in order to assist in the promotion of knowledge transfer across both our delegation and wider online community of health and local government professionals.

All previous attendees will recognise the value of participation in this unique conference, if you were not present in 2018 this is an essential date in your diary for 2019 to join us in becoming part of a whole system approach to improving population health.