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Past Events and Registrar Extracurricular Activities

 

Marginalised Groups:  Closing the Gap for Under-served Populations
Registrar's Annual Symposium 2016 
 

This annual one day conference organised by public health registrars for consultants and others working in Public Health within HEE TV, aimed to share experiences and stimulate discussion relevant to public health trainees and trainers working in public health. 

 

(photographs courtesy of Michael Sinden)                                                                                                        Symposium 2016

 

Symposium 2

External Speakers:

Jane Leaman & Sunita Turup-Toft, Public Health England ‘Health and the Criminal Justice System’;
Dr Magdalena Harris, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine ‘Harm Reduction and Hepatitis C in people who inject drugs';
 

Michael Robertson & Michael Bain, Oxfordshire Roads to Recovery, Turning Point ‘Needle Exchange Programme Oxford’;

Anna Miller, Doctors of the World ‘Right to Care – NHS Charging for Non-EU Residents’;

Dr Kate Smith & Ela Orciar, Luther Street Medical Centre ‘Health for People Experiencing Homelessness: Problems, Solutions and Service Models’;

Rachel Cummings, Save the Children UK ‘Vaccincations in Conflict Settings’;

Charlotte Kuhlbrandt, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine ‘Health Mediators – reaching Roma communities in Romania’;

Sue Peters, Terrence Higgins Trust ‘HIV: Keeping Pace with Change’. 

 


Ru Line Judging at Wimbledon 2016

 

Line Judging at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships!

 

 

 

 




International Public Health: future challenges

Registrar's Annual Symposium 2015 

This annual one day conference organised by public health registrars for consultants and others working in Public Health within HEE TV, aimed to share experiences and stimulate discussion relevant to public health trainees and trainers working in public health. 

Speakers:

Prof Tony Redmond OBE, Director of UK-MED 'Professionalising the Emergency Humanitarian Response'.
Dr Jo Nurse, Head of Health and Education at the Commonwealth Secretariat 'Public Health Service Strengthening Across the Commonwealth'
Prof Danny Dorling, Professor of Human Geography at Oxford University 'Social, Political, Economic and Health inequality and our grandchildren's future.'
Prof Trudie Lang, Professor of Global Health Research, Head of The Global Health Network at Oxford University 'The Importance of Research in Disease Outbreaks' Materials from this event are on our intranet site


 

Ebola - a Thames Valley approach - June 2015
The event was open to all interested in learning more on the subject and in particular the Thames Valley approach.  Health Education England Thames Valley hosted a morning CPD event on Ebola:

 












Our Registrars have also played a key role in setting up the Public Health Film Society ... their work is ongoing. http://publichealthfilms.org/ 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

And from theory to action!
Bikeride London - Oxford.