Register now for The Knowledge 4 Health Conference 2016

9 Feb 2016

The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) and partners will host an all-island conference Knowledge 4 Health on Wednesday 25th May at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin (10am - 4pm)

The Knowledge 4 Health Conference 2016 will explore innovative and practical ways of providing knowledge support for the implementation of two public health frameworks:  'Healthy Ireland: A Framework for Improved Health & Wellbeing 2013-2025' in the Republic of Ireland, and 'Making Life Better – A Whole System Strategic Framework for Public Health 2013–2023' in Northern Ireland.

Audience:

 
The event will be of interest to people working to improve public health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities.  These include people from government departments and agencies, health and social service agencies, academia, the community and voluntary sector, and business.
 
Programme:

As well as two plenary sessions, the Conference will include four parallel sessions which will focus on:

  1. Monitoring Health and Wellbeing Across the Population
  2. Crossing Boundaries for Better Knowledge
  3. Knowledge Exchange: Formulating Policy and Practice
  4. Information Systems for Health and Wellbeing

The Conference programme also includes:

  • An interactive lunchtime showcase of projects (including online tools).
  • A photographic exhibition titled "Health and Wellbeing" of images submitted by registrants.


Details of the full programme will follow soon. 

Photo Exhibition

Registrants are also invited to submit photographs that they wish to be considered for inclusion in the exhibition.  Voting will be open to all those who register and the top ten photos as voted by registrants will be printed and displayed at the Conference.  The overall winner will be announced on the day and receive a €100 gift voucher. Closing date for submissions of photos is 31st March 2016.  Voting will open after this date.

Conference partners: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety; Department of Health, Health Service Executive and Public Health Agency.

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For more information and to register for the event, please visit the website http://knowledge4health.net/