Events

Please see the events and webinars listed below, which have been pulled together to help members’ development, understanding and knowledge sharing.

Date/Time/LocationEvent & Sign UpDescription
05-Jul-22 @ 10:00-12:30, webinar ADPH/LGA Suicide Prevention SLI Programme | Supporting Suicide Prevention WebinarAs part of the national Suicide Prevention SLI Programme, ADPH National and LGA, will jointly deliver a webinar exploring the key issues currently impacting suicide prevention work locally and nationally, inviting experts in the area to lead discussions on interventions available to help shape existing plans and strategies. The event will be free to attend, and delegates are encouraged to join both morning sessions.
07-Jul-22 to 08-Jul-22Race, Racism and Health Conference | NHS Race and Health ObservatoryThis virtual conference will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, podcasts, videos, patient stories and interactive Q&A sessions, with leading race and health experts from the UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Guatemala.
The event, supported by the British Medical Journal, will bring together key experts focused on global health challenges, interventions and ways to improve health and adapt best clinical practice. Academic scientists, patient case studies and researchers will explore the link and effects of long-standing racism practices and describe promising approaches to reduce ethnic health inequities from their respective countries.
11-Jul-22 @ 10:00-14:00, webinarPopulation Health and Health Inequalities Hub WorkshopGood health is vital for a prosperity of the communities we live in. Improvements in life expectancy stalled in the decade before the pandemic and there are wide inequalities in health within and between local areas in England.
The work on population health to reduce health inequalities will be a cornerstone of new ways of working through Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) and the ability of the workforce to contribute to new ways of working in the new system and to feel confident in their skills and abilities to carry out their duties through existing roles, new roles and transformed services is an aim of our programme in Health Education England.
11-Jul-22 to 14-Jul-22, virtual conferenceThinking differently about commissioning | The King’s FundExperts from The King’s Fund and NHS national bodies will explain key developments in health and care commissioning and will assess how commissioning is shaping in 2022 and beyond.
23-Jul-22 @ 14:00-17:00, Unit 17, Lewisham Shopping CentreLiberty Festival: A Manifesto for 2.8 Million Minds – The AlbanyAn informal and fun public event to launch ‘A Manifesto for 2.8 Million Minds’ – an Action Plan for young people, mental health and art.
12-15 Sep-22, virtual conferenceProvider collaboration: Building on what works and looking to the future | The King’s Fund From July 2022, all NHS trusts providing acute and mental health services will need to join a provider collaborative, with these collaboratives forming a universal part of the provider landscape. Working within a challenging NHS environment – struggling with record high waiting lists and a limited workforce – provider collaboratives offer an opportunity to make efficiencies whilst improving service delivery. 
19-Sep-22 to 22-Sep-22, virtual conferenceTime for action on poverty | The King’s FundAt this event, leaders across the NHS, local government, the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector, and those with lived experience will share learning on the role of the health and care sector in tackling the root causes of poverty.
07-Nov-22 to 09-Nov-22, details TBCCBC Conference 2022: Behaviour Change for Health and Sustainability | Centre for Behaviour Change – UCL – University College LondonConference Themes 
The Science of Behaviour Change,
Novel and Emerging technologies,
Real world applications and impact
Digital transformation of health,
Creating a sustainable future, and
Innovations in Design & Methodology in intervention development.

To get in touch with the ADPH London team, please email office@adphlondon.org.uk.