Delivering population health

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Making the shift to a population health approach requires a concerted, systematic effort across local government, the NHS, the voluntary and community sector, housing, education, the police and other partners, with a strong focus on place and communities. Our report, A vision for population health: towards a healthier future, described our vision and a framework for action to help implement a population health approach. 

This event will look at case studies from different areas, highlighting some of the challenges and lessons learnt from adopting a population health approach locally. You’ll also hear practical insights and learn tools for approaching issues like workforce, leadership, collaboration and ensuring national support.

News:

12/02/2020:
Programme announced

Sponsorship and exhibition

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Speakers include:

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Liz Gaulton

Director of Public Health and Wellbeing, Coventry City Council

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Professor Dr Durka Dougall

Senior Consultant and Programme Director, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King's Fund

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Professor Kevin Fenton

Regional Director, Public Health England London and Statutory Health Adviser to the Mayor

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Linda Hindle

Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, Public Health England

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Matt Ashton

Director of Public Health and Head of Health and Wellbeing, Sefton

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Dr Rachel McAdams

Public Health Priorities Lead, Public Health Reform Team, Scottish Government

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Harry Evans,

Senior Programme Manager, Primary Care and System Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement

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Sarah Price

Executive Lead for Population Health and Commissioning, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

Programme

8.30am

Registration opens, networking and exhibition

10.00-11.00am

Opening plenary

This session will explore what is needed to lead a population health approach across the health and care system at a local and regional level. We will hear from leaders in different parts of the system who have insights to share about what is needed to deliver population health.

10.00amWelcome and introduction

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Richard Murray, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund
  • Learn about The King’s Fund’s vision for population health. 
  • Hear how population health will form part of The King’s Fund’s Strategic Priorities 2020–24.

10.15amIn-depth discussion – leading as a system for population health

  • Hear how leaders can identify opportunities for improving population health at a local, regional and national level. 
  • Learn about some of the approaches to system leadership for population health that have been successful.
  • Discover how leaders of different organisations can operate effectively in a complex system to implement population health.

Linda Hindle, Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, Public Health England 
Kenye Karemo, Deputy to Chief Nurse, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust 
Paul Najsarek, Chief Executive, London Borough of Ealing 

10.45amQuestions and discussion

11.30am-12.30pm

Breakout A: Coventry

Learn how Coventry is developing a population health strategy. 

Delegates can choose between breakouts A and B. 

11.30amWelcome and introduction

11.35pmCoventry: developing a population health strategy

  • Learn how Coventry is using the population health model and working across public and community services locally to reduce inequalities, improve health outcomes and develop the next health and wellbeing strategy.  

Liz Gaulton, Director of Public Health and Wellbeing, Coventry City Council 
Clare Wightman, Chief Executive, Grapevine Coventry and Warwickshire 
 

12.00pmQuestions and discussion

Breakout B: Scotland

Hear how Scotland is developing a system approach to population health. 

11.30amWelcome and intrduction

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Allison Trimble, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

11.35pmScotland: developing a population health approach

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Dr Rachel McAdams, Public Health Priorities Lead, Public Health Reform Team, Scottish Government
  • Hear about Scotland’s whole-system approach to population health and the learning from work with early adopters.

12.00pmQuestions and discussion

1.30-2.30pm

Breakout C: Cheshire and Merseyside

Learn how Cheshire and Merseyside is mobilising an integrated public health workforce for population health.

Delegates can choose between breakouts C, D and E.

1.30pmWelcome and introduction

1.35pmCheshire and Merseyside: mobilising an integrated public health workforce for population health

  • Hear how the public health workforce in Cheshire and Merseyside has been working together through a local leadership network – ChaMPs – Cheshire and Merseyside Public Health Network.

Matt Ashton, Director of Public Health and Head of Health and Wellbeing, Sefton 
Eileen O’Meara, Cheshire and Merseyside Population Health Clinical Lead, Director of Public Health and Public Protection, Halton Borough Council 
Dawn Leicester, Director, Cheshire and Merseyside Public Health Network
 

2.00pmQuestions and discussion

Breakout D: Learning from the Population health management development programme

Hear learning from the four sites involved in the Population health management development programme. 

1.30pmWelcome and introduction

1.35pmLearning from the Population health management development programme

  • The Population health management development programme is an intensive 20-week programme supporting four integrated care systems to use linked datasets to generate new insights that facilitate targeted interventions for specific cohorts of patients.
  • Hear learning from the four sites involved about bringing together analytical resource, international best practice and the local knowledge of clinicians and care professionals at primary care network level to build population health management capability.

Bevleigh Evans, Head of Population Health Management, Primary Care and System Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement 
Harry Evans, Senior Programme Manager, Primary Care and System Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement 
 

2.00pmQuestions and discussion

Breakout E: Developing skills in Leadership for population health

Hear from our population health leaders about how they have been putting their new skills into practice 

1.30pmWelcome and introduction

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Prof Dr Durka Dougall, Senior Consultant and Programme Director, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King's Fund

1.35pmDeveloping skills in leadership for population health

  • In 2019, The King’s Fund launched its new Leadership for population health programme to give 28 leaders from across the United Kingdom the opportunity to work together to develop the skills needed for population health. 
  • The programme explored skills including system leadership, dialogue; shared insights about the policy landscape; and discussed the numerous case studies underway.
  • Hear from our population health leaders about how they have been putting their new skills into practice through leading successful population health efforts.

Speakers will include leaders from the Leadership for population health programme. Details to be confirmed. 

2.00pmQuestions and discussion

3.00-4.30pm

Closing plenary

This session explores how population health can be delivered at scale and the regional and national context of using population health to tackle health inequalities. 

3.00pmWelcome and introduction

3.05pmOur vision for London

  • Hear about Our vision for London, a shared ambition to make London the world’s healthiest global city, and the best global city in which to receive health and care services.
  • Learn about collaborations between professionals, partner organisations, the community and voluntary sector, and the public that focus on prevention and population health.

Professor Kevin Fenton, Regional Director of Public Health England London and Statutory Health Adviser to the Mayor 
Paul Plant, Deputy Regional Director of Public Health England London and Statutory Health Adviser to the Mayor 
 

3.30pmDeveloping a specific Greater Manchester population health plan

  • Learn how to implement a delivery model based around neighbourhoods, served by an integrated place-based team, with co-located professionals from all public services working together.
  • Hear how population health is being linked to wider Greater Manchester Combined Authority plans for transport, housing, economic growth, planning and integrated health.

Sarah Price, Executive Lead for Population Health and Commissioning, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership 
Jane Pilkington, Deputy Director Population Health, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership 
 

3.55pmQuestions and discussion

4.25pmClosing comments

4.30pm

Close of conference

Exhibitors

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Discounts

Discounts

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Group discounts
10 per cent discount for 3-4 people.
15 per cent discount for 5-6 people.
20 per cent discount for 7 or more people.

Student discounts
Receive 50 per cent off if you're a student in full-time education. 

Bursaries for patients and carers
We offer a limited number of bursary (free) places for our conferences. These are reserved for patients and carers. To apply for a bursary for this event, please send us an email.

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