Developing and evaluating interventions collaboratively

23 Oct - 23 Oct 2018

The Studio, Manchester, M1 1FN,

1 full day workshop, 6 CPD points

Regular prices Early Bird Offer (ends 31st August)
Non-member £140
FPH Member £99
Student £79
Non-member £120
FPH Member £80
Student £70

Would you like to gain more understanding about health promotion theories and evaluation methods?

Do you want to become more confident and effective in working collaboratively in Public Health?

Are you planning to apply for UKPHR registration or would you like to refresh your knowledge while collecting CPD points?


This innovative course will prepare you to gain the real-life knowledge and skills needed to promote the health and wellness of individuals and communities.

This course is aimed at:

• Allied health professionals
• Students considering a career in the health promotion/public health area
• People working in local authorities
• Health promotion media campaigners
• Youth and sexual health workers
• Nurses and midwives
• People involved in health and fitness

Why choose this course?

On this course, you will learn about how to maximise the opportunities available when managing public health problems and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, deliver and evaluate innovative health promotion interventions. 
The day will be delivered by an experienced Public Health professional who will lead you through the topic, with exercises designed to help you understand the theory and how it can be applied in your work/study area.

Key topics areas will include:

• Determinants of health
• Planning interventions, programmes and services
• Evaluation of Interventions: An overview

Attendees undertaking this workshop will be able to apply for 6 CPD points and are able to apply for student or associate membership of the UK Faculty of Public Health (FPH).

Learning Outcomes

• Gain an understanding of the range and application of health promotion theories
• Knowledge of the principles and stages of programme planning, implementation and evaluation
• Gain an understanding of the importance of engaging with partners through collaboration to meet needs effectively



Professor Gurch Randhawa PhD FFPH DL, in Diversity in Public Health and Director of the Institute for Health Research at the University of Bedfordshire.

"Great session, great facilitator!’’ Attendee from May 2018 workshop.


Acceptance on the workshop will be on a first come, first served basis with completion of a registration form and payment of the fees. The fees include course materials, lunch and refreshments.

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  • Highly participatory discussions and small group work exercises
  • 9.30-16.30
  • Lunch and refreshments provided

Special promotion – Don’t miss out on early bird offer (ends 31/8/2018)

Key Words: Health Promotion, Strategy, Intervention, Programmes, Collaborative Working, Public Health

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