Shared Public Health Priorities – Engagement Events – Feb 18
These events have now concluded. Feedback/report from the events will be made available in the near future.
Further to the recommendations of the Public Health Review (2015) and the Health & Social Care Delivery Plan (2016), the Scottish Government and CoSLA are leading public health reform. Part of this agenda includes the development of shared public health priorities.
As part of this process, and in line with the adoption of a whole systems approach, ScotPHN will undertake engagement with a wide range of stakeholders on the draft priorities. Stakeholders will have an opportunity to help shape the priorities and consider how they will be implemented. Stakeholders include:
- the wider public health community and workforce;
- the NHS;
- Local government (including CoSLA and SOLACE);
- Community Planning;
- the Third Sector;
- Health and social care partnerships / Integrated Joint Boards;
- Health Improvement Specialists; and
- Scottish Government.
The event dates and times are as follows:
Date: 12/02/18 (09.30am-3:30pm)
Venue: COSLA Building – Caledonian Suite (Verity House, 19 Haymarket Yards, EH12 5BH)
Date: 21/02/18 (09.30am-3:30pm)
Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton – Balmedie Suite (Aberdeen City Centre Beach Boulevard, Aberdeen, AB24 5EF)
Date: 27/02/18 (09.30am-3:30pm)
Venue: Royal Concert Hall – Strathclyde Suite (2 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3NY)
Virtual connections are being arranged for:
NHS Borders, Dumfries & Galloway, Highland, Orkney, Shetland and Western Isles
Please note: that to allow for effective discussion we will have to limit the number of VC sites available and will ask people to travel to their nearest site. We will continue to review requests and accommodate additional sites where we can. More details of sites can be found on the Evenbrite link.
Please complete the form below if you wish to register for the events:
Any queries regarding the event specifically email:
Any general enquiries re Scottish Government’s work on Public Health Reform email: