Public Health and Sustainability – 15/6/17

Date of presentation

15 June 2017, Public Health England, West Midlands

Speaker

Dr Simon Slater, SWM

Purpose of the presentation

To help provide some lessons, local examples, tools and further opportunities for local public health registrars in public health and sustainability, as part of their training programme.

This was part of a larger training session with Public Health England, NHS Sustainable Development Unit, Mediact – Doctors against Diesel Campaign

Issues discussed were:

  • How to ask the right questions?
  • Listening and understanding the drivers of those you are influencing
  • Building long-term strategic hooks in policy, networks, and good practice to maintain the mainstreaming of this agenda as ‘normal business practice’.

Links and Contact Information

SWM Public Health 16-2-17

Note this presentation has been updated following the feedback from the training session.

For more information or to join one of our networks, contact enquiries@swm.org.uk or call 0121 237 5890.

Feedback

“Just a note to thank you all very much for your contributions today. The session was really interactive and interesting, and certainly got people thinking. The mix of knowledge on the scope of this agenda, with the skills that we can use to influence it gave us some really practical tools. I had lots of positive feedback after we had finished and am hoping that this provides a kick start to our work as Registrars on sustainability. I am looking forward to our next steps.” Rachel Chapman, WM Public Health Registrars Sustainability Lead