5- 7 April 2005 - The Sage Gateshead - Newcastle Gateshead
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We have managed to secure 50 reserved tickets for the Northern Sinfonia.
Music Director Thomas Zehetmair shows off his talents as a soloist in this performance of Beethoven's
Delegates wishing to book must do so before 8 Feb to guarantee tickets. Delegates should call the box
office and quote, UKPHA Conference to buy from the allocation.
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Who Should Attend?
The Forum welcomes everyone who is involved in promoting the public's health
and well being, including:
What will they learn?
- Key decision makers in the NHS and local government: elected members, NHS non-executive directors,
directors of public health and directors of environmental services
- Public health practitioners, including GPs, health promotion officers, health visitors, community nurses,
pharmacists, dentists and many more
- Academics, including researchers and teachers, information gatherers and analysts
- Voluntary and community sector, staff and volunteers, especially those who work among vulnerable groups
- Anyone who is concerned about the public's health, from interested individuals to environmental
campaigners and anti-poverty groups
The Forum offers a unique opportunity to learn from leading edge innovations in all parts of the UK, the
Republic of Ireland and abroad, as well as showcase initiatives from the North East of England.
These will all relate to the key conference themes:
- Reducing health inequalities
- Working together across the NHS, local government and the voluntary sector
- Working regionally, nationally and internationally
- Promoting sustainable development
- Developing the public health workforce across all sectors
- Implications of the White Paper on Public Health in England and related developments across the UK
- Fresh insights into key issues affecting global public health
Reflecting its mission and values, the UKPHA aims to ensure that the Annual Public Health Forum
is accessible to those who would benefit from attending, but cannot afford the registration fee.
Assistance is available in two forms:
Assistance for voluntary bodies
Full time students, the unwaged, retired public health practitioners, members of staff, trustees,
volunteers, beneficiaries or others nominated and paid for by a Registered Charity or other voluntary
body with an annual income of less than £750 000, are automatically entitled to a 50% discount on any
A small number of free places are available and primarily intended for students, the unwaged and
delegates from developing countries. If you feel that you would benefit from attending the Annual
Public Health Forum and would like to be considered for a free place, please apply in writing
stating your reasons for application. Applications will be reviewed by the UKPHA Conferences
Committee after the deadline of 18th February 2004.
Applications should be sent to:
13th Annual Public Health Forum
14 Blandford Square
Newcastle upon Tyne
Please note that assisted places relate only to delegate fees and that the UKPHA unfortunately
does not have resources available to help with travel and accommodation costs.