Masterclasses for Applicants

The Practitioners accepted onto the West Midlands' Public Health Practitioner Development Scheme are supported with masterclasses in priority areas of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Classes incorporate both knowledge and practical application, to enhance learning and provide a framework for use of these skills in daily practice. For further details and to book a place please contact publichealthtraining.wm@hee.nhs.uk

Current Masterclass topics include:

Date 2019

Masterclass Topic

 

Speakers

29th March 9.30 am - 2.00 pm 29th March 2019

Ethics & Public Health

 

Aldo Mussi

15th April 2019

Climate Changes & Sustainability

William Proto - Emily Smith

16th April 2019

Alcohol Licensing & the role of Public Health

Paul Fisher - Kyle Stott

24th May 2019

Strategic responses to reducing drug & alcohol related harms & supporting long term recovery

Tony Mercer

26th June 2019

Geonomics & it's implications for publc health

Saran Shantikumar

18th September 2019

Introduction to Health Informatics for health professionals

Heln Green

26th September 2019

Introduction to R for beginners & its use in public health

Helen Green

14th October 2019

Statistical Analyses in public health

Saran Shantikumar

TBC

Data Visualisation

Matthew Francis

TBC

Leadership and systems thinking

 

TBC

Introduction to mental wellbeing and public health

 

TBC Organised crime & modern slavery: impact on health & wellbeing  
TBC Commissioning, procurement & social return on investment  

TBC

Critical appraisal of evidence

 

 

Provisional Masterclasses – dates & speakers to be confirmed:

 

Date TBC

 

 

 

 

 


Presentations

 

 

2019

Masterclass Topic

Presentation

16/05/18

Organised Crime and Modern Slavery

Link

04/06/18 

Critical Appraisal Day 1

Link
 27/06/18 Critical Appraisal Day 2  Link

02/07/2018

Strategic responses to reducing drug & alcohol related harms &supporting recovery

Link

 

 

  Strategic responses to reducing drug & alcohol related harms &supporting recovery Link 2 
17/10/18 Commissioning, procurement and social return on investment