Leadership for population health
Population health is an increasingly important focus for the health and care system as organisations start to work together and with their communities to improve health and tackle health inequalities for people they collectively serve.
Public Health Apprenticeships in the Northwest
The University of Salford are looking forward to welcoming its next cohort of Public Health Practitioner Degree Apprentices in January 2024. The degree apprenticeship was developed through consultation with OHID and employers working in a variety of public health related fields, enabling successful graduates to work as registered public health practitioners. The programme has been running for the past 3 years, and we are excited to have our first cohorts of graduates in December.
Tackling health inequalities through Population Health Management Leadership Programme
These 90 minutes masterclasses help you tackle some of the health and workforce inequalities from a regional, local and national level to support you build and adopt a population health management approach in your day-to-day work. The Programme is a collaborative work of five NHS England Leadership & Lifelong Learning Teams. This series of masterclasses will be accessible across NHS England’s five regions East of England, Midlands, London, Southeast and Northwest. Please note that each masterclass topic area will be offered to you seven times, see attachment and links below for dates and times for each session • Population Health Management and Health Inequalities Masterclass – Direct Link • Strategic Workforce Planning and Population Health Management Masterclass Direct Link • Techniques to embed Population Health Management approaches in day-to-day work Masterclass – Direct Link