Health Inequalities in Population Health

We are delighted to announce two webinars designed to provide a practical approach to Population Health Management and a unique insight into the behaviour science of leading and managing change to address inequalities.

To benefit from these fully it is advised that you book one session from Webinar 1 ( Adopting a Population Health Management Approach to tackle inequalities) and one session from Webinar 2 (Affect real change in your community to tackle inequalities -a behavioural science approach) which builds on the first Webinar to delve into the question of how we can affect real change and lasting change in our communities.

These are being delivered in collaboration with Midlands Leadership and Lifelong Learning team and will explore how people use their leadership skills to achieve better health outcomes for their communities and address health inequalities in the context of Covid 19 experience:

  • Develop a proactive approach to Population Health Management and assessing the needs of the local population
  • Identify people who would benefit from targeted, proactive support (population & health)
  • Measuring performance and outcomes to help primary care teams to gauge progress, identify effective initiatives and pinpoint further areas of improvement

These place are open to anyone working in Primary Care in the EoE, and as we are collaborating with our Midland colleagues, we are able to open this to Midlands Primary Care colleagues too.

For further information please download our advert here or our flyer here

Booking links below:

Webinar 1: Adopting a Population Health Management approach to tackle inequalities

Webinar 2:  Affect real change in your community to tackle inequalities – a behavioural science approach