This document aims to provide an insight into the range of courses available to support public health development. The courses have been identified as a consequence of a desk top review. No attempt has been made to quality assure the content of the courses.
UKPHR consultation till 29 Feb 2016 Routes to Registration for Specialists
2017: Monday 13 November - Thames Valley Health Protection Conference (supported by Health Education England), Unipart Conference Centre, Oxford (provisional programme)
Follow live online public health events from The King's Fund: http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/events
University of Oxford Martin School: October Lecture series on Inequality starting 13 October 2016: http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/events/ Please sign up to any lectures on the given links on the webpage.
'Markets and Morals', Professor Sandel Oxford Martin School Lecture available to listen via: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4a700clcUk
PHAST / FPH Training Courses
The UK Faculty of Public Health will be hosting a series of courses, for further information please contact Marion Deacon at PHAST; firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Public Health Action Support Team website.
Massive Open Free Online Courses (MOOCs) run by St George's, University of London. The Genomics Era: the Future of Genetics in Medicine (free enrolment now open - starts 8 February 2016: further information)
Encouraging Integration in Action - Local Partnership Council event aims to highlight Integrated Health and Social Care in the Thames Valley
The local Partnership Council is a key part of Health Education England’s work in the Thames Valley. In our capacity as a formal stakeholder advisory body to the board we very much value the contribution from key partners and patient and carer representatives, as well as providers, commissioners and wider partners across the heath and care sectors.
In 2014 and 2015 we held a number of knowledge sharing and partnership working events; with the last held on 4 February 2016. Further events will be posted here in due course.
HEE TV Event 9 June 2016: Public Health - Everyone's Business. This event will explore place-based health and how as a community we can, and must, all play our part in preventing ill-health, as part of the NHS 5 Year Forward View. Please register via: email@example.com (flyer)
Health Economics Research Centre (HERC), University of Oxford Places are still available on three of HERC's forthcoming health economic courses April & July 2016 (flyer)
A New Politics for Health - Moving Forward from the Ottowa Charter. Wednesday 23 November 2016. Birmingham City University. To register your interest please visit: http://birminghamcharter.eventbrite.co.uk