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Realising Scotland’s Public Health Priorities: Innovating for Change

Hold the Date

28th November Glasgow and 6th December Perth

10am-4pm

 

In June 2018 Scotland’s Public Health Priorities were published and collectively aim to create a Scotland where we:

 

1) … live in vibrant, healthy and safe places and communities.

2) … flourish in our early years.

3) … have good mental wellbeing.

4) … reduce the use of and harm from alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

5) … have a sustainable, inclusive economy with equality of outcomes for all.

6) … eat well, have a healthy weight and are physically active.

 

Event Description:

The events are intended to be participative and interactive focussed on the following outcomes:

– Identify and agree areas for improvement in whole system working on Scotland’s public health priorities over the next five years?

– Identify and agree current challenges to whole system working, effective collaboration and improving the public’s health?

– Agree a process for prioritising resources and areas of focus to support innovation and tests of change to drive improvement in whole system working and health outcomes

 

Register interest:

Glasgow on the 28th November and Perth on the 6th December.