With public health moving back into the remit of local government next year, there is a need to overcome the obstacles and utilise the opportunities for real service improvement.
The transition represents more than a move of workforce and responsibility. It provides the chance to move towards a more holistic understanding of health.
This event will provide an opportunity to explore what a smooth transition looks like, examine how to meet the new requirements and, most importantly, ensure that all the opportunities are taken to find new ways of achieving lasting health improvements and reducing health inequalities.
Throughout the day, you will be provided the opportunity to hear practical examples from service providers who will advise on what works… and what doesn’t.
• Can we secure a balance between autonomy and the need for regulation and guidance?