The big population health conversation

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This free-to-attend virtual conference focuses beyond health and social care to areas where there is untapped potential for local and national action to support healthier lives. We will explore how a wide range of organisations – across local government, the voluntary sector, the private sector and local communities – have it within their power to improve people’s health.

Through a series of three hour-long online events, you will hear how local areas are making positive strides in improving the social determinants of health and wellbeing by joining up health and care, leisure, housing, transport, town planning, employment, welfare and education. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the conversation to find out more about your role in driving forward population health and how to build relationships with other key partners across the system. 

Register now to watch live or catch up later on demand.

Shape the content of the event by registering before 19 July.




'Health is not just the physical wellbeing of an individual but also the social, emotional and cultural wellbeing of the whole community, in which each individual is able to achieve their full potential as a human being, thereby bringing about the total wellbeing of their community.’
Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of New South Wales, Australia

What do you want to hear about?

We are putting you in the driving seat to shape the conversation on 18 September. To help us tailor the conference to suit your interests, we'll ask you the following question when you register.

Tell us which five of the topics from the list below you are most passionate about:

  • involving others: who contributes to improving people’s health and wellbeing and how do we join the dots?
  • leadership practices and cultures that can enable better health and wellbeing
  • data and population health intelligence
  • sustainability and resilience: creating approaches that can last over time
  • new approach to the workforce: addressing diversity, valuing and including everyone
  • anchor institutions
  • asset-based approaches
  • measuring and monitoring outcomes
  • involving communities and the public 
  • understanding local needs and how to create meaningful change
  • prioritising actions: working together over large areas and joining the dots
  • health inequalities
  • commissioning practices that enable health and wellbeing
  • economic growth and regeneration approaches for health and wellbeing.

Register by Friday 19July to tell us what topics you'd like to hear about.