Learning Webinar from the North West BSPHN Hub      
Wednesday 23 September 2020, 01:00pm - 02:30pm

Learning Webinar from the North West BSPHN Hub

Tailored Approaches for

Addressing Health Inequalities during COVID-19

Wednesday 23rd September 2020

13:00- 14:30pm


New Speaker Announced!


The North West BSPHN Hub are delighted to invite you to their 2nd network event.  This webinar offers an opportunity to be inspired by leaders in the fields of behavioural science and public health. You will hear examples of innovative and pragmatic applications of behavioural science to address health inequalities with a focus on vulnerable groups. 

This webinar is designed for public health teams, healthcare providers & services, voluntary sector organisations, and stakeholders, to gain practical advice and knowledge in implementing behavioural science into their public health work, and subsequently improve public health intervention outcomes.


There are a range of exciting presentations and we are delighted to announce that Dr Grainne Dickerson, Senior Public Health Specialist, City of Bradford Metropolitan District  will be sharing her work on increasing the uptake of flu vaccine during this event. 

Other sessions include:

  • Achieving Behaviour Change: A guide for local government and partners – Dr Paul Chadwick, Centre for Behaviour Change, UCL
  • Using behavioural science to develop public health messages for ethnic minority groups - Dr Atiya Kamal, Birmingham City University
  • Promoting health checks for adults with learning disabilities  - Hilary Gardener, Hertfordshire County Council

Full agenda including timings is attached.


Please note: Programme is subject to change at short notice


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Extra information:

 Register on the Eventbrite page here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tailored-approaches-to-addressing-health-inequalities-during-covid-19-tickets-117191979365