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Health and Wellbeing 2011

QEII Conference Centre, London

For those charged with delivering a healthy, motivated workforce during a time of major strategic transition within the public sector, GovNet?s third employee wellbeing national forum, Health and Wellbeing 2011, is a conference not to be missed.

Health and Wellbeing 2011 prides itself on being the UK?s premier forum for those taking the key decisions in public sector workforce health, bringing together over 350 delegates, 25 service providers and more than 16 nationally recognised speakers. Hear the latest solutions and policy clarifications in a time of pressing financial demands plus serious challenges for moraleand mental wellbeing. Learn how top performers have applied the lessons of the Marmot Review and Boorman report while gaining solutions applicable to organisations like yours.

Explore, Understand and Discuss

This event will allow you to engage and question those setting the agenda for making the UK?s workforce healthier and more ready for change. Top representatives from key government departments and crucial wellbeing policy makers, including Dame Carol Black and Dr Steve Boorman, will be joined by leading stakeholders, analysts, innovators and occupational therapy experts, to discuss how your workforce strategy can effectively respond to the challenge.

Taking place in the impressive QEII Conference Centre, join 350 of your peers to hear from leading figures and discuss the issues, challenges, and pressures involved in driving improvement within the health of your workforce.

Vibrant and Interactive Breakout Sessions

A series of vibrant and interactive breakout sessions, running in the morning and afternoon, will allow you to better understand, and discuss in greater depth, complex areas of specific interest. Learn practical lessons for innovating and resigning your approach for wellbeing delivery, with tailored guidance for your operational challenges.

You will join other delegates with the same concerns, issues, challenges and interests as you, ready to identify new solutions.

Great networking opportunities

Delegates will also be able to share their experiences, ideas and concerns with 350 other delegates, all of whom are facing similar challenges. With coffee breaks throughout the day, and an hour for lunch, you will be provided with plenty of time and opportunities to discuss the day?s events.

Expert advice

25 leading and specialised service providers will be available throughout the day to demonstrate how their products and services can help you with your issues and challenges.

CPD Accreditation

By attending Health and Wellbeing 2011, you will also obtain eight hours towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Who should attend?

If you are a senior level decision maker in the areas of health, workforce development and human resources areas, then you should attend Health and Wellbeing 2011. As a guide, job titles relevant to this conference include:

  • Heads of Wellbeing
  • Directors and Deputy Directors of HR
  • HR Managers and Strategic Advisors
  • Heads of Health and Safety Compliance
  • Directors of Compliance
  • Heads of Training
  • Heads of Occupational Therapy
  • Heads of Health Commissioning
  • Heads of Workforce Mental Health
  • PCT Clinical Directors for Health and Work
  • Heads of Fit for Work Programme
  • Directors of Fit for Work Programme Partnership
  • Heads of Rehabilitation
  • Heads of Welfare to Work
  • Head of Health and Safety
  • Legal Advisors
  • Employee Health and Wellbeing Directors and Managers for partner organisations
  • Corporate Health, Wellbeing and Attendance Managers
  • Heads of Local Strategic Partnerships
  • Heads of Workforce Development
  • People and Policy Directors
  • Councillors
  • Health and Safety Directors and Managers
  • Health and Fitness Development Managers and Consultants
  • Activity and Sports Partnership Managers and Consultants

And from organisations including:

  • Local and regional government
  • Central government
  • Education sector
  • Quangos
  • Private sector partner organisations
  • Environment and utilities organisations
  • Third sector organisation
  • Housing organisations

For further information, visit the conference website.

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