Healthy cities: how to achieve a healthy population in an urban environment

17 July - 17 July Horizon Leeds
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Programme

  • 17 July

Registrations opens, exhibition and networking

08:30 AM 10:00 AM

Breakfast session: Leicester changing diabetes

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

DO Dr Sophie O'Connell

Opening plenary: Different approaches to devolution: a tale of three cities

10:00 AM 11:20 AM

Cllr Judith Blake

David Buck

Warren Heppolette

TR Tom Riordan

Will Tuckley

Michael Wood

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:20 AM 11:40 AM

Breakout A: Healthy new towns

11:40 AM 12:40 PM

CC Cllr Rebecca Charlwood

MH Mark Harrod

Sara McCafferty

SM Sarah McCready

Breakout B: tackling health inequalities

11:40 AM 12:40 PM

KB Kieron Boyle

Greg Fell

Liz Gaulton

Breakout C: involving citizens in improving population health

11:40 AM 12:40 PM

Jim Barwick

GC Gaynor Connor

Tony Cooke

StJohn Livesey

Tony May

Mick Ward

Breakout D: Using data to improve health population

11:40 AM 12:40 PM

Dr Nick Booth

Prof Niels Peek

LW Louise Wilson

Lunch, exhibition and networking

12:40 PM 01:40 PM

4 breakouts are repeated from this morning

01:40 PM 02:40 PM

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

02:40 PM 03:00 PM

Closing plenary: International cities lessons in global health

03:00 PM 04:00 PM

Dr Sonia Angell

PA Professor John Ashton

GG Gabriella Gomez-Mont

MK Monika Kosinska

Chris Naylor

MR Martin Reeves

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

Sponsors

Event Partner

Exhibitors

Speakers

Attendees

Dr Sonia Angell

Deputy Commissioner
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

17 July

PA

Professor John Ashton

Senior Consultant Advisor
European WHO Healthy Cities Network
Professor John Ashton CBE, formerly North West Regional Director of Public Health and Regional Medical Officer from 1993 – 2006 and Director of Public Health and County medical Officer for Cumbria from 2006- 2013 has been elected President of the Faculty of Public Health of the Royal Colleges of Physicians from 2013 – 2016 was born in Liverpool in 1947

He was educated at Quarry Bank High School in Liverpool, the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Medical School and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.He specialised in psychiatry, general practice, family planning and reproductive medicine before entering Public Health in 1976.

John worked in Newcastle and Northumberland, Hampshire and London before returning to Liverpool and the North West in 1983.For two years he was a councillor on Hampshire County Council.

John Ashton is well known for his work on Planned Parenthood and healthy cities and for his personal advocacy for Public Health.He was a member of the British delegation to Macedonia during the Kosovo emergency and played a prominent role in resolving the fuel dispute.He has been prominent in the fight for justice for the 96 victims of the Hillsborough football disaster.

John holds chairs in the Liverpool medical School, Liverpool John Moore’s University, the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Manchester Medical School, the Valencia Institute of Public Health in Spain, the Universities of Central Lancashire, Lancaster and Cumbria.

He is the author of many scientific papers: articles and chapters in books and of several books including “The New Public Health” which has been the standard textbook on Public Health.

17 July

Jim Barwick

Chief Executive
Leeds Primary Care Network
Jim trained as a nurse in Leeds holding a number roles before moving into hospital management. Then as a commissioner in Kirklees, Jim led a number of programmes with a focus on change & innovation. More recently Jim was instrumental in establishing a social enterprise that provides community care in Kirklees being the Director of Transformation. Jim is now the CEO of the Leeds West Primary Care Network & interim CEO of the Leeds GP Confederation. Jim has a passion for the wellbeing of people in our communities and connecting all of the services that matter in people’s lives. Jim believes in a truly collaborative & broad range of primary & community service that sit within a whole health and care system where people are in control.

17 July

Cllr Judith Blake

Leader
Leeds City Council
Cllr Judith Blake was elected as the first ever female Leader of Leeds City Council in May 2015. She has been a Labour Councillor since 1996 and represents Middleton & Belle Isle in Leeds.
She is the Council’s Executive Board Member for Economy and Culture and is playing a key role in attracting major national and international inward investment to Leeds.

17 July

Dr Nick Booth

Strategic Advisor in Health Informatics, Newcastle University
Chief Informatics Officer, Connected Health Cities
Dr Nick Booth is a Strategic Advisor in Health Informatics at Newcastle University, and Chief Information Officer of the Connected Health Cities North East and North Cumbria NHSA Project. Dr Booth has been a practising GP and health Informatician since the late 1980s with principal interests in health and care record interoperability, Health Terminologies, Professional Record Standards in Health and Social Care, and the creation of federable regional inter-organisational health and social care information networks. He has just been elected as Honorary Treasurer of the new UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics.

17 July

KB

Kieron Boyle

Chief Executive
Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

17 July

David Buck

Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities
The King's Fund
David works in the policy team.

Before joining the Fund, David worked at the Department of Health as deputy director for health inequalities. He managed the Labour government's PSA target on health inequalities and the independent Marmot Review of inequalities in health. While in the Department he worked on many policy areas – including on diabetes, long-term conditions, dental health, waiting times, the pharmaceutical industry, childhood obesity and choice and competition – as an economic and strategy adviser. He has also worked at Guy's Hospital, King’s College London and the Centre for Health Economics in York where his focus was on the economics of public health and behaviours and incentives.

Read Davids' reports and blogs.

17 July

Ian Cameron

Director of Public Health
Leeds City Council
Ian has been Director of Public Health for Leeds since 2006 – initially with Leeds Primary Care Trust, then jointly and now solely within Leeds City Council. Ian has significant experience of working in public health both nationally and internationally in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Ian was made Visiting Professor at the Institute of Public Health, Lahore, Pakistan for work on tobacco control. Ian is currently a member of the National TB Control Board and chair of a newly formed Yorkshire and Humber Problem Gambling Working Group. Ian is the Lead Director of Public Health for the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership and member of the System Leadership Executive
CC

Cllr Rebecca Charlwood

Executive Member for Health, Wellbeing and Adults
Leeds City Council

17 July

GC

Gaynor Connor

Associate Director of Primary Care
NHS Leeds South and East

17 July

Tony Cooke

Chief Officer, Health Partnerships
Leeds City Council
Tony Cooke is Chief Officer, Health Partnerships in Leeds and also works for one day a week as Chief Operating Officer of the Leeds Academic Health Partnership. As Chief Officer, Tony leads a team responsible for working with health and care partners to shape and deliver the Leeds Health and Wellbeing Strategy, the Leeds Plan as well as working across West Yorkshire and Harrogate to shape the STP and promote health improvement and innovation. The Leeds Academic Health Partnership is a coming together of health, academia, local Government and the third sector. The LAHP strategy is designed to bring together the strengths of the university sector and wider partners to design new approaches to the challenges we face as a City such as promoting prevention, designing a healthy City and shaping a workforce fit for the future.

Tony has previously been an Assistant Director of Public Health in Kirklees NHS/Council and Assistant Director of Commissioning and Strategy in NHS Kirklees. Prior to this, Tony held senior roles in local government and the third sector covering community safety/housing/drugs and alcohol.

17 July

Greg Fell

Director of Public Health
Sheffield
Greg Fell is a Director of Public Health in Sheffield. He graduated from Nottingham University with a degree in biochemistry and physiology in 1993. He has worked as a social researcher in a maternity unit; a number of roles in health promotion and public health before joining the public health training scheme. Greg worked as a consultant in public health in Bradford in the PCT then Bradford council. Since Feb 2016 he has worked for Sheffield as director of public health.

17 July

Liz Gaulton

Director Public Health
Coventry City Council
Liz Gaulton is Director of Public Health and Wellbeing for Coventry City Council. Liz has worked in Coventry since 2016. Liz started her career as a general and mental health nurse and joined the UK Voluntary Register for Public Health in 2006.
Prior to her move to Coventry in April 2016 Liz has worked predominantly in Merseyside and was previously Director of Public Health for St Helens and led on a number of work streams across Merseyside. She is an advocate of local government’s leadership of the public health agenda and believes that public health has come home. In additional to inequalities her interests include early years and system leadership. She is also Sector Led Improvement (SLI) Lead for West Midland Directors of Public Health
Liz describes her relatively recent move to Coventry as an opportunity to play a significant role in an innovative and forward thinking public health system and to take a leadership role in a Marmot City, and more recently to shape the wellbeing contribution UK City of Culture 2012

17 July

GG

Gabriella Gomez-Mont

Director and Founder
Laboratorio para la Ciudad

17 July

MH

Mark Harrod

Director
KYMA Consulting

17 July

Warren Heppolette

 Executive Lead, Strategy and System Development
Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
Warren started his career as a neighbourhood housing officer nearly 25 years ago. He progressed to become Stockport Council’s policy manager for health & social care supporting public health partnership developments between the council and the local NHS.
Warren joined the NHS in 2006 and has been Director of the Association of Greater Manchester PCTs (developing joint commissioning and leadership arrangements across the PCTs) and Director of Policy & External Relations for NHS Greater Manchester (supporting the transition to the new NHS arrangements).
In 2012 Warren joined NHS England as the Greater Manchester Area Team’s Director of Operations & Delivery with responsibility for performance, CCG assurance and emergency preparedness.
Since 2014 Warren has played a central role to bring devolved powers and budgets to Greater Manchester and is currently the Executive Lead Strategy and System Development for the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership.

17 July

MK

Monika Kosinska

Programme Manager, Governance for Health
WHO Regional Office for Europe

17 July

StJohn Livesey

GP, Clinical Director for Urgent Care
NHS Sheffield CCG
StJohn has been a GP for twenty years, and having promised himself that he would do nothing more than that, he has in fact been involved in leadership since the early days of PBC. Whilst maintaining his clinical practice he now works as the Clinical Director for Urgent Care at Sheffield CCG. His interest lies in developing systems that make caring the easy thing to do. He enjoys working across the whole system and has always preferred common solutions to commissioning.

17 July

Tony May

Programme Manager Health Innovation
The Young Foundation
Tony joined The Young Foundation in February 2017 to lead and support our health and well-being innovation work that tackles health inequalities. Through this work Tony is seeking to promote a health creation system by building resilient communities and local movements for better health and well-being. This is where health becomes to be seen as a resource and not purely an outcome to enable people and communities to flourish in the way they desire.
Prior to joining the Young Foundation, Tony’s career was primarily within the NHS. His last post was with Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group as a Commissioning and Redesign Manager, leading on Urgent Care and Out of Hospital services. Until January 2017 he was also a trustee for YMCA London South West for just over 7 years, co-chairing their health and well-being subcommittee.
Tony holds a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration from the University of Bath. Outside of the NHS Tony has been involved with a number of transformative initiatives to realise a fair and lean economy (cf. David Fleming) and greater wellbeing, enabling people and planet to flourish within our planetary boundaries.

17 July

Sara McCafferty

Senior Strategy Programme Manager
Healthy New Towns Programme, NHS England
Sara is a Senior Strategy Programme Manager at NHS England where she leads the Healthy New Towns programme. Prior to this she worked in strategy and delivery teams at the Department of Health, working on range of issues from performance targets to the interaction between social care and health. Sara is clinically trained by background, and passionate about using evidence more effectively to deliver system change. Before moving to national policy, she worked at Newcastle University as an applied health economist where she also gained her PhD in Healthcare Management and Policy.

17 July

SM

Sarah McCready

Project Lead, Healthy New Towns, Barking Riverside
NHS England

17 July

Chris Naylor

Senior Policy Fellow
The King's Fund
Chris conducts research and policy analysis and acts as a spokesperson for The King’s Fund on a range of topics. He is also an executive coach and works with leaders in the health system to support change at the local level. He contributes to The King’s Fund’s work on integrated care and health system reform, and has particular interests in mental health and community engagement.

Chris joined The King's Fund in 2007. He previously worked in research teams at the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health and the Institute of Psychiatry, and has a Masters in public health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has also worked at the Public Health Foundation of India in Delhi.

Read Chris' reports and blogs.

17 July

DO

Dr Sophie O'Connell

Research Associate
Leicester Diabetes Centre

17 July

Prof Niels Peek

Director
Greater Manchester Connect Health City
Niels Peek is Professor of Health Informatics at the University of Manchester, and director of the Greater Manchester Connected Health City, which is part of the £20M "Health North" investment to establish a learning health system in the North of England. His research focuses on data-driven methods for health research, clinical decision making, and healthcare quality improvement. He also leads the Safety Informatics theme in the NIHR Greater Manchester Patient Safety Translational Research Centre and the EPSRC-funded "Wearable Clinic" project.

17 July

MR

Martin Reeves

Chief Executive
Coventry City Council

17 July

TR

Tom Riordan

Chief Executive
Leeds City Council

17 July

Will Tuckley

 Co-Chair, London Health and Care Strategic Partnership Board, and Chief Executive
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Will joined Tower Hamlets Council in October 2015.He became Chief Executive in the London Borough of Bexley in 2008 and was previously Deputy Chief Executive in Croydon. Will has been the Chair of a large housing association, led the London Serious Youth Violence Board and was responsible for the alcohol theme for the Mayor’s London Health Improvement Board. Will chaired the London Chief Executives Group for three years and is the lead London Chief Executive for health.He chairs the London Health Devolution Programme Board, co-Chairs the London Health & Care Strategic Partnership Group and advises the London Health Board and LGA.

17 July

Mick Ward

Chief Officer, Transformation and Innovation-Adults and Health
Leeds City Council
Mick Ward is Chief Officer, Transformation and Innovation, for the Adults and Health Directorate for Leeds City Council, This is a new role, focussing on Asset Based Community Development, Digital Health and Well-Being, service transformation and Equality.

He is from Leeds and has worked for social care for 39 years, initially as a Care Assistant, before developing and managing a range of services for disabled people and then moving into commissioning for both Adult Social Care and the NHS, initially focussed on services for disabled people and older people. This developed into an expanded joint role as Deputy Director across the Local Authority and the CCG’s in Leeds, leading on commissioning across a wide range of health and care services, before changing into his new role.

Mick has a strong commitment to the social model of disability, citizenship, communities, culture, equality and diversity, and working in partnership.

Tweet @mickmodern

17 July

LW

Louise Wilson

Professional Engagement Lead
Connected Health Cities

17 July

Michael Wood

Local Growth Advisor
NHS Confederation
Michael Wood has worked as the NHS local growth adviser at the NHS Confederation since November 2015.
Between January 2017 and March 2018 he combined this role with the post of Deputy Local Growth Consultant for the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Prior to this he was a senior European policy manager at the NHS European Office for more than seven years. He has also worked at the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman and for a Member of the European Parliament in Brussels.
Michael has extensive experience both within and outside the health sector. He has worked both nationally and locally with the range of NHS organisations for several years.

As NHS local growth adviser, Michael is often approached by partner organisations such as local and combined authorities, local enterprise partnerships, universities, further education providers and the voluntary and community social enterprise sector, to discuss closer working with the NHS.
He has worked with the national arm’s-length bodies, academic health science networks, clinical commissioning groups, and the range of NHS trusts to bring tangible benefits to the NHS.

17 July

PA

Prof Jane Anderson

The King's Fund
Visiting Fellow
MA

Matt Armstrong

Walgreens Boots Alliance
Senior Manager
PA

Prof John Ashton

European WHO Healthy Cities Network
Senior Consultant Advisor
SB

Stephen Barrie

BD
Country Business Leader for Diabetes Care
AB

Angela Bartram

North Lincolnshire Council
Area Operations Manager
JB

Jim Barwick

Leeds Primary Care Network
Chief Executive
DB

Delia Beck

Sport England
Project and Relationship Manager, Inactivity
TB

Tim Bennett

Walgreens Boots Alliance
International Public Affairs Manager
LB

Lee Bettis

North Lincolnshire Council
Active Communities Development Officer
PB

Peter Blackburn

British Medical Association
Senior Staff Writer
TB

Terry Blair-Stevens

Public Health England South East
Consultant in Public Health
CB

Cllr Judith Blake

Leeds City Council
Leader
PB

Paul Bollom

Leeds City Council
Head of Leeds Plan, Health Partnerships
DB

Dr Nick Booth

Connected Health Cities
Chief Informatics Officer
DB

David Boulger

GM Health and Social Care Partnership
Head of Population Health Transformation
KB

Kieron Boyle

Guy's and St Thomas' Charity
Chief Executive
SB

Sarah Brondson

Leeds Academic Health Partnership
Director of Strategic Delivery and Development
DB

David Buck

The King's Fund
Senior Fellow (Public Health)
DB

Darren Buckley

Siemens Healthineers
Regional Sales Director
DB

Dr Stefanie Buckner

Cambridge Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge
Research Associate
MB

Mark Burton

DXC
MS Dynamics and MS Analytics Lead
TB

Tom Burton

Sport England
Head of Health, Inactivity
DC

Dr Ian Cameron

Leeds City Council
Director of Public Health
AC

Amanda Charlton

Health Innovation Campus, Lancaster Business Engagement Team
Business Liaison Officer
CC

Cllr Rebecca Charlwood

Leeds City Council
Executive Member for Health, Wellbeing and Adults
PC

Phil Clow

NHS Business Services Authority
Head of Pacific
AC

Anne Collins

Calderdale Council
Councillor
CC

Collette Connolly

NHS Bradford Districts CCG
Head of Commsioning, Self Care and Prevention
GC

Gaynor Connor

NHS Leeds CCG
Director of Primary Care
TC

Tony Cooke

Leeds City Council
Chief Officer
NC

Nigel Cottam

eBECS
Public Sector Lead
TC

Tina Craddock

Leeds City College
Teacher, HE Health and Caring Services
DC

Darren Crossley

Carlisle City Council
Deputy Chief Executive
NC

Naomi Cunningham-Dexter

Insignia Health
Director
HD

Holly Dannhauser

Leeds City Council
Health Partnerships Manager, Health Partnerships
RD

Richard Davis-Boreham

Wigan Council
Programme Manager
JD

Jacob Diggle

Mind
Research and Evaluation Manager
ED

Emma Dixon

Carlisle City Council
Partnership Manager
JD

Jackie Drayton

Sheffield City Councl
Councillor and Cabinet Member
JD

Jess Drummond

Healthy London Partnership
Prevention Project Manager
SE

Sue Ellis

Leeds Health and Care Academy
Project Director
GF

Greg Fell

Sheffield City Council
Director of Public Health
LG

Liz Gaulton

Coventry City Council
Acting Director of Public Health
RG

Rob Goodyear

The Leeds Plan (STP)
Head of Strategic Planning
PG

Pam Grieve

Leeds City College
Programme Manager, HE Health and Caring Services
EH

Ellen Halstead

Peabody
Head of Strategy for Thamesmead
JH

Justin Harris

IBI Group
Architect, Studio Principal
MH

Mark Harrod

KYMA Consulting
Director
LH

Lindsay Heathfield

North Lincolnshire Council
Active Communities Development Officer
WH

Warren Heppolette

Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
Executive Lead, Strategy and System Development
RH

Robert Holt

Sport England
Strategic Planner, Planning and National Centres
JH

Jane Hopkins

Leeds City Council
Head of Communities and Partnerships
PH

Phil Hunter

Newcastle City Council
Senior Policy Specialist
KJ

Kim Johnston

Leeds Beckett University
PhD Researcher
RJ

Richard Jones

Liverpool City Council
Lead Public Health Epidemiologist
PK

Prof Raphaela Kane

Liverpool John Moores University
Interim Executive Dean
DK

Dawn Kellett

Leeds City Council
Project Leader, Health Partnerships
SK

Sarah Kemp

Leeds City Council
Project Manager, Citywide Workforce Programme
SK

Sheryar Khan

Leeds City Council
Project Leader, Health Partnerships
MK

Manraj Khela

Leeds City Council
Programme Manager, Health Partnerships
LK

Lyn Knights

Leicester City Council
Team leader
MK

Monika Kosinska

Governance for Health at WHO Regional Office for Europe
Programme Manager
ML

Mike Lee

DXC
Account General Manager , Healthcare
IL

Iona Lidington

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
Director of Public Health
FL

Florence Lindsay-Walters

Social Care Institute for Excellence
Research Analyst
DL

Dr StJohn Livesey

NHS Sheffield CCG
Clinical Director - Urgent Care
RL

Rachael Loftus

Leeds City Council
Head of Regional Partnerships, Health Partnerships
VL

Vanessa Lucas

Solace
Senior Policy Adviser
DL

Dayle Lynch

Leeds City Council
Programme Manager, Citywide Estates Programme
CM

Chris Maguire

BD
Marketing Manager
DM

Dan Male

Accountable Care Journal
Editor
TM

Tony May

The Young Foundation
Programme Manager Health Innovation
DM

Dr Sara McCafferty

NHS England London
Senior Strategy Programme Manager
SM

Sarah McCready

NHS England
Project Lead, Healthy New Towns, Barking Riverside
AM

Anna McDougall

Knowsley Council
Policy officer
JM

Jen McElroy

Public Health England
Senior Strategy Advisor
JM

Jacqui McPartlan

Leeds City College
Student
EM

Eugene Milne

Newcastle City Council
DPH
DM

Dr Ghazala Mir

University of Leeds
Associate Professor
IM

Irfan Mohammed

Novartis
‎Strategic Partnerships Lead
AM

Alison Mursell

GSK
Director, Devolved Health
CN

Chris Naylor

The King's Fund
Senior Fellow
HN

Haleema Nazir

Leeds City Council
Project Officer, Health Partnerships
EN

Emma Nicholas

Doncaster Council
Public Health Officer
DO

Dr Sophie O'Connell

Leicester Diabetes Centre
Research Associate
JO

Jodene Christmas Oghenekaro

DP

DR Paula Parvulescu

Liverpool City Council
Consultant, Public Health Medicine
JP

Jaimini Patel

BUPA
Medical Revalidation Manager
PP

Prof Niels Peek

Greater Manchester Connect Health City
Director
FP

Fiona Phillips

City of York Council
Assistant Director, Public Health
VP

Vanessa Pritchard-Wilkes

Housing & Care 21
Head of Strategic Engagement
CR

Claire Rick

Assura plc
Head of Public Affairs
TR

Tom Riordan

Leeds City Council
Chief Executive
DR

Dylan Roberts

Leeds City Council
TR

Tyrone Roberts

Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Director of Nursing
ZR

Zoe Rosindale

Leeds City College
Student
PR

Penny Rymer

Leeds City Council
Governance & Partnership Administrator
CS

Celia Shohet

Central Bedfordshire Council
Assistant Director, Public Health
JS

Jacky Smith

South Kesteven District Council
Cabinet Member
RS

Rachael Smith

Mind
Head of Strategy and Insight
DS

Dr David Stewart

Belfast Healthy Cities
Chair
CS

Charlotte Stockton-Powdrell

The University of Manchester
Senior Project Manager
SS

Sharon Stoltz

City of York Council
Director of Public Health
CS

Charlotte Stuart

Allies and Morrison
Architectural student / Assistant
WS

Wendy Surtee

South Tyneside Council
Senior Advanced Public Health Practitioner
BS

Bernice Sutcliffe

Leeds City College
Student
JT

Jen Thorley

The King's Fund
Head of Digital
WT

Will Tuckley

London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Chief Executive
DT

Dr Rachel Turnbull

Project Manager
MW

Mick Ward

Leeds City Council
Interim Deputy Director, Integrated Commissioning
JW

John Wilcox

Wakefield Council
Health Improvement Specialist
TW

Toni Williams

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Consultant in Public Health
EW

Eleanor Wilson

Department of Health
Operational Researcher
LW

Louise Wilson

Connected Health Cities
Professional Engagement Lead
KW

Katie Wood

Arup
Director
MW

Michael Wood

NHS Confederation
NHS Local Growth Adviser
MW

Michelle Wood

Helena Partnerships
Head of Housing and Health
GY

Georgia Young

Leeds City Council
Project Leader, Health Partnerships

Novo Nordisk

Leeds Heath and Wellbeing Board

The Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) is a group of senior representatives from health and care organisations across Leeds, the community sector, Safer Leeds and Healthwatch. The Board helps to achieve our ambition of Leeds being a healthy and caring city for all ages, where people who are the poorest, improve their health the fastest. Working collectively, with the strengths and assets of Leeds people, the Board oversees, influences and shapes action to ensure Leeds is a healthy city with high quality services.

ebecs

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Come and speak to us about Health360, the only Population Health Management Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Solution built on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Azure, and find out how it can help transform patient care.

The solution provides local and regional government, and health care providers with access to the electronic patient record (EPR) data they need to better understand patient behaviours, preferences and attributes. This allows personal care plans to be developed to improve health and increase patient satisfaction, whilst reducing electronic medical record (EMR) costs.

Visit our stand to find out more.

The King's Fund

The King's Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. We help to shape policy and practice through research and analysis; develop individuals, teams and organisations; promote understanding of the health and social care system; and bring people together to learns, share knowledge and debate. Our vision is that the best possible care is available to all.

For more information visit:
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Registrations opens, exhibition and networking

08:30 AM 10:00 AM Create, 3rd floor

The breakfast session starts at 9.00am so grab your badge and some refreshments before heading to Create room

Breakfast session: Leicester changing diabetes

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Create room, 3rd floor

Urban environments are already home to two-thirds of people with Type 2 diabetes.

The Cities Changing Diabetes programme was developed to get cities worldwide to set goals and design interventions to drive down the number of people with Type 2 diabetes in their city.

Since the programme was launched in 2014, a total of 12 cities, including Copenhagen, Rome and Bejing have joined in a bid to tackle the increased risk of Type 2 diabetes.

Leicester are the first UK City to join the programme and in this session you will hear how they are working to address urban health related to diabetes in the city.

Dr Sophie O'Connell, Project Manager, Research Associate

This session is hosted by Novo Nordisk

Speakers

Sophie O'connell.pdf Download Link

Opening plenary: Different approaches to devolution: a tale of three cities

10:00 AM 11:20 AM Create room, 3rd floor

10.00am
Welcome and setting the scene
Cllr Judith Blake
, Leader, Leeds City Council

10.05am
Welcome and introduction
David Buck
, Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King’s Fund

Leeds, Manchester, London : these cities have all given devolution top priority in their public health agendas. Hear from three senior executives on their efforts to localise decision-making.

10.10am
Devolution in Leeds

•Moving towards devolution by integrating health and care services.
•How to prepare for the passing of power from central government to city councils.

Tom Riordan, Chief Executive, Leeds City Council

10.25am
The London health and care devolution
•The benefits to Londoners: unlocking opportunities for prevention, estates and integration.
•Lessons learned so far from devolving power locally and how experience from the devolution process can inform future action.

Will Tuckley, Co-Chair, London Health and Care Strategic Partnership Board, and Chief Executive, London Borough of Tower Hamlets

10.40am
Devolution in Greater Manchester
•The benefits of giving local people the power to take charge of health and wellbeing in their communities.
•Highlighting priorities for tackling a diverse population's health problems.

Warren Heppolette, Executive Lead, Strategy and System Development, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

10.55am
A seat at the table: bringing the NHS into devolution

•Aligning emerging STP and ICS plans with the changing governance of the 'place'
•Maximising the social and economic value of the NHS in your local area

Michael Wood, Local Growth Advisor, NHS Confederation

11.10am
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Michael Wood.pdf Download Link
Tom Riordan.pdf Download Link
Warren_Heppolette.pdf Download Link
Will Tuckley.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:20 AM 11:40 AM Create, 3rd floor

Take the time to decide which of the 4 parallel breakout sessions you would like to attend after this tea break

Breakout A: Healthy new towns

11:40 AM 12:40 PM Inspire room, third floor

11.40am
Welcome and introduction,

Cllr Rebecca Charlwood
, Executive Member for Health, Wellbeing and Adults, Leeds City Council

•Learn about the ten Healthy New Towns demonstrator sites across England, where public health is included in urban planning from the first day of housing development.

11.45am
New towns, healthy from day one

•How population health can be delivered by integrating health and care services as new towns are built and take shape.

Sara McCafferty, Senior Strategy Programme Manager, Healthy New Towns Programme, NHS England

12.05pm
Increase healthy life expectancy in Barking

•In Barking Riverside, 10,800 homes are being built on an ex-brownfield site, with a focus on urban and housing design to promote healthy lifestyles and help people remain independent for longer.

Sarah McCready, Project Lead, Healthy New Towns, Barking Riverside, NHS England

Mark Harrod, Director, KYMA Consulting and Health and Wellbeing Hub Lead for Cranbrook, Barking Riverside and Southwark New Town

12.25pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Sara McCafferty.pdf Download Link
Sarah McCready and Mark Harrod.pdf Download Link

Breakout B: tackling health inequalities

11:40 AM 12:40 PM Create 2, third floor

11.40am
Welcome and introduction,

Anna Frearson, Consultant in Public Health, Leeds City Council

•How local authorities and NHS trusts aim to intervene and assuage the profound impact inequality has on people's health.

11.45am
Coventry: commitment to rapid change

•How working in partnership influences the social determinants of health and accelerates progress in a city focusing on achieving wellbeing for every citizen.

Liz Gaulton, Director of Public Health and Wellbeing, Coventry City Council

12.00pm
Sheffield: health as an issue of society at large

•Reframing health inequalities: why reaching into the biomedical toolbox should not be the only approach.

Greg Fell, Director of Public Health, Sheffield

12.15pm
Fighting the childhood obesity crisis

•Tackling health inequalities through a place-based approach: a step-change impact in urban, diverse and deprived areas of South London.

•How to win the battle against long-term conditions and childhood obesity.

Kieron Boyle, Chief Executive, Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Greg Fell.pdf Download Link
Kieron Boyle.pdf Download Link
Liz Gaulton .pdf Download Link

Breakout C: involving citizens in improving population health

11:40 AM 12:40 PM Create 1 room, third floor

11.40am
Welcome and introduction,

Tony May
, Programme Manager Health Innovation, The Young Foundation

•Living in a big city can make an individual feel insignificant in the process of decision-making.

•How to empower and engage citizens to act regarding their health and ensure they are heard.

11.45am
Communities Driving Change

•How Tower Hamlet's Communities Driving Change programme takes local people's ideas and turns them into reality.

Tony May, Programme Manager Health Innovation, The Young Foundation

12.00pm
The Leeds DNA

•Learn about the asset-based community development (ABCD) approach: why Leeds starts with local strengths when designing policy and how to keep it citizen-led.

Tony Cooke, Chief Officer, Health Partnerships, Leeds City Council

Mick Ward, Chief Officer, Transformation and Innovation - Adults and Health, Leeds City Council

Jim Barwick, Chief Executive, Leeds Primary Care Network

Gaynor Connor, Associate Director of Primary Care, NHS Leeds South and East

12.20pm
Personalising care

•Hear what happens when public health meets personalisation. Are we able to support those on the frontline to deliver care based on personal preference rather than health outcomes?

StJohn Livesey, GP, Clinical Director for Urgent Care, NHS Sheffield CCG

12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

StJohn Livesey.pdf Download Link
The Leeds DNA.pdf Download Link
Tony May.pdf Download Link

Breakout D: Using data to improve health population

11:40 AM 12:40 PM Think room, third floor

11.40am
Welcome and introduction

•The role of health intelligence and innovation in health improvement and population health management.

11.50am
Learning health system: cycles of improvement

•How to harness the power of data and analytics to learn from every patient, creating new knowledge and facilitating best practice by feeding this back to clinicians and public health professionals.

Professor Niels Peek, Director, Greater Manchester Connect Health City

12.10pm
The Great North Care Record: integrating data in Newcastle

• How key information such as diagnoses, medications and treatments are shared between every health care service involved in a patient's health.

Louise Wilson, Professional Engagement Lead, Connected Health Cities

Dr Nick Booth, Strategic Advisor in Health Informatics, Newcastle University and Chief Informatics Officer, Connected Health Cities

12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Neils Peek Presentation Breakout D.pdf Download Link

Lunch, exhibition and networking

12:40 PM 01:40 PM Create, third floor

4 breakouts are repeated from this morning

01:40 PM 02:40 PM

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

02:40 PM 03:00 PM Create, third floor

Time for some networking and refreshments

Closing plenary: International cities lessons in global health

03:00 PM 04:00 PM Create room, third floor

3.00pm
Welcome back

Chris Naylor
, Senior Fellow, Policy, The King's Fund

How city governments around the world try to build healthy cities in collaboration with their partners and why cities are the future in promoting population health 

3.05pm
The synergies between WHO Healthy Cities projects and other urban focused health initiatives

Monika Kosinska
, Programme Manager, Governance for Health, WHO Regional Office for Europe

Professor John Ashton, Senior Consultant Advisor, European WHO Healthy Cities Network

3.25pm
Video link: The New York City approach

How to use regulation and legislative levers to tackle unhealthy diets and smoking and help New Yorkers lead healthier lives

Dr Sonia Angell, Deputy Commissioner, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

3.45pm
Video link: Mexico City – keeping a 22 million population healthy

•A mega-city as an urban live laboratory driving innovation: how Mexico City fills the gap between civil society and government in delivering public health services.

Gabriella Gomez-Mont, Director and Founder, Laboratorio para la Ciudad

4.20pm Closing comments

4.30pm Close of conference

Speakers

The role of cities in improving population health.pdf Download Link

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

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