We cannot expect the health crisis to be solved by health colleagues alone. As put forward in a report published this month by the Institute of Health Equity: "It is not the responsibility of one person or system to reduce health inequality, but the collective and collaborative accountability of all".
As part of our Healthy neighbourhoods: working together programme, this in-person seminar seeks to address the barriers preventing effective collaboration between the health and built environment sectors. In it, we will provide up to date information on the transformation of the health sector to make finding the right health partners for the right project easier. We will feature real life examples of projects that have overcome barriers to deliver successful projects that deliver on health and broader urban outcomes.
Join us to develop your knowledge and confidence to collaborate beyond your sector and have an impact on health and wellbeing.
When: Thurs 4 November 2021 2.30 to 4.30pm
Where: St Luke's Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ
- Mark Harrod, NHS Programme Director, Barking Riverside Health & Wellbeing hub
- Sarah McCready, Head of Placemaking and Communications, Barking Riverside
- Smriti Singh, Director - Healthcare Transformation, Arcadis
This event is free to attend thanks to our supporters, but places are limited and registration is essential.
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90 Central Street
London, EC1V 8AJ