Morning, Wednesday, 28th September 2022
This conference focuses on next steps for improving women’s health outcomes and service delivery - assessing the Government’s policy ambitions and what will be necessary if they are to be achieved.
It takes place as the government develops its women’s health strategy following the Our Vision for the Women’s Health Strategy for England policy paper.
Areas for discussion include:
- the strategy - scope and emphasis - implementation - the leadership and accountability to achieve progress
- service development - improving diagnosis - integration - tackling variation in access, and other areas of inequality
- stigma - how it can be addressed, including improving first points of contact in primary care
- sexual and reproductive health - care and support across the life cycle - diagnosis rates - accessibility of services and information - patient-centred approaches
- research - areas of focus for women’s health - improving the data and the evidence base
- inequalities - tackling disparities in health outcomes - building a responsive environment for women’s health concerns
- workforce education - priorities for development, and the focus on women’s health issues
We are pleased to be able to include a keynote session with Dr Edward Morris, President, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.