Event Date/Time: Sep 25, 2007
Early Registration Date:
Jun 15, 2007
The focus of health and public service commissioning is now turning its chief focus away from procurement, cost and bulk, to creating long-term projects and promoting public health in its broadest definition. A preventative rather than curative approach to health is now evolving, alongside the recognition that a genuinely ‘healthy’ community depends upon a diversity of services to support all aspects of health and wellbeing: physical, emotional, economic, and psychosocial. This requires a transformational shift in the way services are currently commissioned, and the consolidation of new networks of working partnerships between the NHS, social care, local authorities, work, housing, and transport services. This important conference will address the key issues faced by those in the field, and will provide delegates with the practical frameworks and expert guidance they need to implement the health and wellbeing agenda.
Who should attend?
This is a must-attend conference for everyone involved in the broad field of commissioning for health and wellbeing. The cross-sector audience will represent a unique learning forum and networking opportunity for all, including; all Chief Executives, Commissioners and Directors from PCTs and Local Authorities, Directors of Public Health, PBC Commissioning Consortiums, GPs and Allied Health Professionals, PEC Chairs, Finance Directors, LAA and LSP heads, Heads of Education, Transport and Housing, Acute Trust Directors, 3rd Sector CEOs and Partnership & Development Managers, and Police Chief Officers.
FIVE EASY WAYS TO REGISTER
Post the booking form to:
Commissioning for Health and Wellbeing
33-39 Bowling Green Lane
London, EC1R 0DA
Call our registration line: 0845 056 8299
Fax the completed form to: 020 7505 6001
Email to: HSJconferences@emap.com
For information on sponsorship and other exhibition opportunities contact:
Ethan Isaac – Sponsorship Sales Executive
Tel: 020 7874 0643 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org