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Climate and health communications webinar (2): influencing public health organisations

6th September 2023, 12:00pm - 1:30pm , Online, Virtual

Have you ever found it hard to convince your organisation to prioritise sustainability and climate/environmental change? Would you like to learn how to inspire those around you to take action? Hear from a series of public health professionals on how they did it and what they learned along the way in our webinar on communicating and influencing on climate and health within our public health workplaces.

We will have presentations from:

  • Phil Mackie, Consultant in Public Health, NHS Grampian 
  • Eleanor Roaf, recently retired Director of Public Health Trafford, vice-chair of the FPH climate and health committee
  • Caroline Tomes, Consultant in Public Health for UKHSA’s Centre for Climate and Health Security. Previously Consultant in Public Health at Bradford Council.

Join them for short presentations, a Q&A session and an opportunity for peer discussion and learning on 6 September 2023, from 12pm to 13.30pm. This event is available to FPH Members only. 

This event is being put on by the Sustainable Development SIG, and is part of the implementation of the Faculty’s Climate & Health Strategy advocacy workstream. This aims to help public health professionals build the skills they need to act on sustainability and climate change and health as part of their work. We will be analysing recurring themes from the peer learning seminars to inform future advocacy skills programmes. By taking part you are therefore also consenting to being a part of this informal evaluation.

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