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Getting the most from social media, Friday 11 September 11:00-12:00

After a popular webinar earlier this year Sam Spindlow, Public Health England’s social media manager is back to share his knowledge on using social media to promote and engage your audience. This is a repeat of the March social marketing webinar.

Chair: Katherine Thompson, PHE


Social marketing: an example from Lancashire County Council, Friday 25 September 10:00-11:00

Join Ginette Unsworth communications director at Lancashire County Council to find out more about how social marketing was used to increase uptake. This presentation is a repeat of one of our conference workshops.

Chair: Louise Cleaver, PHE


Delivering NHS Health Checks in the Workplace: learning from Enfield Council, Tuesday 29 September 12:45-13:45

Find out how Enfield Council delivered NHS Health Checks in the workplace and what it achieved.

Chair: Nicholas Collins, NHS IQ


Can heart age increase NHS Health Check uptake? Delivering a randomised control trial in the London Borough of Bromley, Tuesday 13 October 10:00- 11:00

Mark Cobain and Gillian Fiumicelli share their experience of running an RCT (randomised control trial) in busy GP practices and the findings of their work to use heart age as a way of increasing take up.

Chair: Bianca Blom, PHE


Implementing the NHS Health Check workforce competence framework Wednesday 21 October 15:30-16:30

Learn how Halton Borough Council has implemented the NHS Health Check workforce competence framework with special guest speaker Ifeoma Onyia, Halton Borough Council.

Chair: Rosanne Sodzi, PHE


Targeting high risk groups: learning from Camden and Islington, Thursday 22 October 12:30-13:30

Find out how Camden and Islington public health engaged underserved populations by targeting high-risk groups to deliver the NHS Health Check programme.

Chair: Nicholas Collins, NHS IQ


Digital opportunities: NHS Choices Heart Age calculator, Tuesday 10 November 10:00-11:00

Find out how the heart age tool was developed, who has been using it, the next steps in its development and implications for the NHS Health Check programme.

Chair: Bianca Blom, PHE


Can telephone outreach increase take up: findings from Bristol's evaluation, Wednesday 18 November 16:00 – 17:00

Find out more about work in Bristol to use outreach staff to invite people to NHS Health Check appointments by phone and the impact that has had on take up. We will be joined by special guests Amanda Chappel from Bristol council and Dr Nikki Coghill from Bristol university.

Chair: Katherine Thompson, PHE


Behavioural insight evidence round-up, Monday 23 November 15:00-16:00

Tim Chadborn from PHE’s behavioural insight will share recent findings from Public Health England NHS Health Check studies and the broader literature.

Chair: Katherine Thompson



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