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North East England Health Summit: Inequalities-related stress

28th June 2016

| Free

THIS HUGELY POPULAR EVENT IS ALREADY FULLY BOOKED. EMAIL fuse@newcastle.ac.uk TO BE PUT ON THE WAITING LIST

The purpose of this event is to gather those in academia, policy, and practice either working on or concerned about inequalities-related life stress, in order to collaborate on putting knowledge into action.

Agenda

09:15:Tea/Coffee and registrations

09.45: Welcome and Aim of the Event: Dr Emily Henderson (Stress SIG lead) and Dr Jo Cairns, Durham University

09.55: Opening address: Gregor Henderson, National Lead, Mental Health and Wellbeing, PHE

10.10: Update on Evidence

  • Perinatal mental health and implications for the lifecourse by Dr James Newham and Dr Raghu Lingam, Newcastle University
  • How stressed are we in the North East? Bringing together sources of regional intelligence, Local Area Research & Intelligence Association
  • Social and emotional wellbeing of young people by Dr Helen Stain, Senior Clinical Lecturer, Durham University

11.10: Refreshments and Networking

11.30: Hearing from Local Practice

  • Smoking, the lifestyle choice that isn’t by Mr John Watson, Deputy Chief Executive, ASH Scotland
  • Alcohol use as a coping mechanism for stress by Mr Mark Joyce, Service manager, Changing Lives
  • Further title to be announced.

12.30: Lunch and Networking

13.15: Stress-relieving activity

13.25: Keynote: Obesity, inequality and insecurity by Professor Stanley Ulijaszek, Professor of Human Ecology and Director of the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity, University of Oxford

14.05: Panel Discussion chaired by Gregor Henderson, PHE

14.50: Next Steps and Closing Remarks: Dr Emily Henderson

15:00: Close, refreshments and networking

Details

Date:
28th June 2016
Cost:
Free
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Website:
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Venue

Room CG60, Chemistry Department,
Durham, DH1 3LE
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