Population Health

Greater Manchester VCSE Assembly: Health and Social Care: Population Health 

Thursday 26th October 2017 

The Greater Manchester Population Health Plan set out an approach to delivering a radical upgrade in population health. It is informed by the best empirical evidence and by the views of the people of Greater Manchester. It aims to acknowledge the vital contribution communities make to health and wellbeing and put person and community-centred approaches at the centre of the plan. Since the plan was published a number of work programmes have been developed under the themes of Start well, Live well, Age well.

This event offered delegates an opportunity to meet the lead officers from a selection of programmes at varying developmental stages and discuss the potential contributions of the VCSE in terms of shaping design, delivery and engaging communities. The keynote speaker was Martin Ashton, Head of Public Health Operations at the Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership

Delegates had an opportunity to take part in 2 separate workshop discussions during the event around the following topics; Food, Nutrition & Healthy Weight, Lifestyle and Wellness, Tobacco, Health and employment. 

The speaker presentation and programme and the workshop notes from the day are available to view and download below.

Population Health Assembly programme

Speaker presentation  - Population Health 

Notes from Food, Nutrition and Health Weight discusssion group 

Notes from Lifestyle and Wellness discussion group

Notes from Tobacco discussion group 

Notes from Cancer discussion group 

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