Event Date/Time: Oct 22, 2012 End Date/Time: Oct 23, 2012
Registration Date: Oct 19, 2012
Early Registration Date: Apr 20, 2012
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This international event will examine current policy and practice in relation to public health in cities. It has a special focus on health behaviours – including diet, alcohol, sex, drugs and smoking, and mental and physical well-being.

City Health 2012 provides the opportunity to demonstrate the leading role that cities play in addressing issues associated with a large, complex, diverse, shifting population on a daily basis.

In highlighting examples of good practice the conference provides a high profile platform to advance the evidence base for public health to a number of significant audiences.

City Health 2012 will discuss and disseminate models of intervention, practical experience and research from across the world, acknowledging and recognising the impact of economic and cultural disparity and beliefs. The conference will be of interest to city officials, policy makers, industry, commerce, health planners, managers, practitioners and users of health services. Issues for the future public health will be hot topics in 2012, with the creation of Public Health England.

Proposed programme topics for City Health 2012
Organising and promoting health in the city – who pays, who leads, who is involved and how can it be done?
Healthy Cities – origins and futures
Managing health and safety in cities during large scale global events
Public pleasure and public nuisance: night time city economies in relation to drinking, drug use and other risky behaviours
Mental health and isolation
Sex, drink and drugs tourism: ensuring the fun and minimising the pain
Public private partnerships – who pays for healthy lives?
Keeping active in the city – physical activity and health
A smoke-free city – is this the impossible dream?
Responding to health emergencies
Healthcare for incomers - migrant workers and tourists
Violence as a public health issue
The sex industry - safeguarding against infectious diseases
Commissioning services for a healthy city
Policing, public health and public order


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Additional Information

An early bird fee of £245 (discount £50) is available when a registration is completed and payment is received in full by 17.00 on Friday 20th April 2012. The full delegate fee paid in advance after the 20th April 2012 is £295. For on-site payments the delegate fee will be £320.