Westminster Health Forum

Prevention and public health in England - commissioning, collaboration and innovation

Morning, Thursday, 16th January 2020

Central London

THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED



This conference will consider the priorities for improving prevention and public health in England.


It is timed to bring together stakeholders and policymakers to discuss the way forward for system-wide collaboration to increase healthy life expectancy in England - as proposed in the Government’s Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s green paper.


The seminar will provide an opportunity to share best practice and learn from case studies across the country working towards improving the health of their local populations and implementing innovative measures to embed prevention in:


  • Commissioning frameworks;
  • Secondary care services;
  • The built environment; and
  • Within integrated care systems.

There will be keynote contributions from Professor John Newton, Director, Health Improvement, Public Health England and Dr Jeanelle De Gruchy, President, Association of Directors of Public Health and Director, Public Health, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council.


The agenda in summary


  • Assessing the Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s green paper;
  • Latest thinking on factors influencing public health in England and priorities for policy in improving healthy life expectancy;
  • Commissioning public health services - funding, integration and collaboration;
  • Embedding public health in policy and decision making; and
  • Innovation in prevention - personalisation, data use, and the wider determinants of health.

Further sessions include case study contributions on:


  • Secondary care services - their role in improving public health and promoting prevention in hospitals - with Angela Bartley, East London NHS Foundation Trust;
  • Collaborative commissioning agreements and the delivery of integrated public health services - with Dr Patricia Riordan, Director, Public Health, Hartlepool Borough Council;
  • Public health in the built environment and learning from the Healthy New Towns programme - with Kevin McGeough, Healthy New Towns Programme, Ebbsfleet Garden City;
  • Improving public health and prevention in Integrated Care Systems - with Dr Cathy Winfield, Chief Officer, Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Group;
  • Using data and technology to improve public health - with Helen Milner, Chief Executive Officer, Good Things Foundation; and
  • Research into public health and prevention - with Christina Cornwell, Director, Health Lab, Nesta.


Keynote Speakers

Dr Jeanelle de Gruchy

President, Association of Directors of Public Health and Director, Public Health, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Professor John Newton

Director, Health Improvement, Public Health England

Keynote Speakers

Christina Cornwell

Director, Health Lab, Nesta

Helen Milner

Chief Executive Officer, Good Things Foundation

Dr Jeanelle de Gruchy

President, Association of Directors of Public Health and Director, Public Health, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Professor John Newton

Director, Health Improvement, Public Health England

Dr Cathy Winfield

Chief Officer, Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Group and Prevention Lead, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care System

Chairs

Eleanor Smith

Baroness Jenkin of Kennington

Vice Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Obesity and Vice Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Food and Health Forum

Speakers

Angela Bartley

Deputy Director, Population Health, East London NHS Foundation Trust

Kevin McGeough

Director, Healthy New Towns Programme, Ebbsfleet Garden City

Professor Stephen Peckham

Professor, Health Policy and Director, Centre for Health Services Studies, University of Kent and Director, Policy Research Unit in Commissioning and the Healthcare System

Dr Josephine Sauvage,

Chair, NHS Islington Clinical Commissioning Group

Dr Patricia Riordan

Director, Public Health, Hartlepool Borough Council

Dr Anant Jani

Honorary Research Fellow, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford

Shirley Cramer

Chief Executive, Royal Society for Public Health