Public Health in Scotland 2010 – Annual Conference
Health, Culture and Scotland:
new challenges, new opportunities
11 – 12 November 2010, Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro

This year’s Annual Scottish Conference is being organised by the Faculty of Public Health in partnership with the West of Scotland NHS Boards. Conference registration and booking details will be circulated in July/August.

This year the conference will focus on Health, Culture and Scotland and will be of interest to those involved in public health at all levels. How can the public health community identify, promote and secure the changes that are needed to improve Scotland’s health? How might the recession affect our thinking? How can we better understand and influence the effect on health cultures in Scotland? And how can we impart the importance of the early years in improving health and tackling inequalities? These are just some of the questions we will explore in this year’s programme which will feature keynote presentations from influential national and international speakers.

The Conference Steering Group has asked the Institute to circulate this information to relevant colleagues and voluntary bodies to ensure that the conference will have a varied attendance on the day.

See the attached flyer for more information and contact details.

They look forward to receiving your abstract applications!