Prevent, promote and protect; Public health is every nurse's business
Novotel, West London
Public Health is rising in political prominence and the prevention agenda is essential to reversing worsening health trends in the UK. Public health is every nurses? business yet many nurses work in public health without this being part of their job title, examples include travel health, occupational health, sexual health or health protection nurses, smoking and alcohol specialists, health visitors, school nurses practice nurses or TB nurses.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Sir Michael Marmot, Director of the International Institute for Society and Health
- Dr Steve Boorman, Director of Corporate Responsibility and Chief Medical Adviser to Royal Mail Group
- Hilary Ross, the 2012 Programme Director from NHS London
- Moya Sutton, Executive Nurse, Alder Hey Hospital
- Mary Hinds, Director of Nursing & AHPs,Public Health Agency
- Angela Mawle, UK PH Association
- Ben Baumberg
- Jon Ayers
- Nicola Meredith
Five reasons to attend:
- Insight and solutions to help translate the Health and Social Care Bill 2011 into local practice
- Over 20 interactive sessions available relevant to your clinical practice
- Learn from nationally recognised best practice examples and enhance your CPD
- View a large public health exhibition with hours of networking opportunities included in the programm
- Your chance to influence the public health agenda and shape health care policy
Come along to hear the latest updates on how you might be affected and how the RCN can support you.
Read full details on the RCN website.