Public Health Reform: Developing a shared ambition for the third sector

HOLD THE DATE 14th November, Public Health Reform: Developing a shared ambition for the third sector

You may have already heard of the process underway to reform Public Health in Scotland since we’ve shared information about it in our newsletter, Snippets before, and this event is a chance for you, our network to influence and shape the future of public health in a way that better supports the work that you do to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for the people you work with.

It would be great if we had a strong voice at the event to promote community led approaches to health improvement. We would encourage as many of you as possible to sign up and come along. You can sign up using the link below, and find out more about how CHEX and other 3rd Sector partners have been involved in the process so far by reading this blog from Claire Stevens at VHS. Hope to see you there!

  • Date: 14th November 10am – 4pm 
  • Venue: Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

Hosted by Public Health Reform and SCVO, the purpose of the event is to engage stakeholders from the third sector to raise awareness of public health reform and inform the programme strategy and related milestones to engage the sector in the reform programme
 
The outcomes of this event include:

  • Increase awareness and knowledge of public health reform specifically relating to Public Health Scotland, Scotland’s public health priorities and whole system working. 
  • Agree a shared vision and ambition with the third sector for public health reform as part of a whole system approach to improving health and wellbeing; and
  • Agree a strategic approach and associated milestones to engaging the third sector in achieving this shared vision and ambition.

Who should attend: Third Sector organisations with an interest in health and wellbeing and supporting effective collaboration and whole system working to improve the public’s health and action on Scotland’s Public Health Priorities.
 
To book a place visit the eventbrite site. For further information contact the Public Health Reform team on publichealthreform@gov.scot

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