Following the launch of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Health in All Policies (HiAP) Training Manual in 2015, the challenge facing policy-makers and practitioners is how to build political will to address health inequalities and how to make intersectoral working succeed to improve health and wellbeing and tackle growing health inequalities. What constitutes success? What barriers might impede implementation? What skills are required to overcome obstacles to success?
This new Winter School is unique, exploring the reality of achieving HiAP in practice from a political perspective, drawing on real-world case studies and research of Durham-based academics with a distinguished international track record in this area.
The 3 day Winter School: Health in All Policies: Making it Work in Practice will be held from 30th January to 1st February 2017 at Durham University, England. It is organised by the Centre for Public Policy and Health (CPPH) at Durham University and will provide an in-depth exploration of HiAP from a global policy, research and governance perspective. Participants will have numerous opportunities for interaction, participation and discussion throughout the programme.
The programme draws on successful ‘systems transformation leadership’ programmes to improve health and wellbeing offered by the CPPH, Durham University.
The CPPH is a WHO Collaborating Centre on Complex Health Systems Research, Knowledge and Action and the only certified centre for HiAP training in the UK. The CPPH is internationally renowned for its work on health systems, health inequalities and the interface between policy and practice.
Professor David Hunter, Professor of Health Policy & Management and Director of the Centre for Public Policy & Health will chair the Winter School and present on national and international policy issues. The Winter School will also be led by Professor Ted Schrecker, Professor of Global Health Policy, who is an internationally renowned authority on global health and is also based within CPPH. There will also be sessions from invited global health policy experts.
A formal programme dinner and drinks reception will be one of the highlights of the event, held in Durham Castle on the evening of Monday 30th January 2017.
Please note that all sessions will be delivered in the English Language.
The Winter School is designed for senior policy makers and practitioners (national and global). Our programme is multidisciplinary.
There will be an opportunity to network with other participants prior to arrival at the Winter School, details of this will be made available once payment is received.
Topics that will be covered
- Global governance and health policy
- Getting policy into practice: enablers and barriers, and the drivers for success
- Building coalitions
- Understanding complex systems and their role in HiAP
- Exploring public attitude
- Social determinants, health inequalities and policy development
- What do politicians and decision makers really need to know to make HiAP work?
- Addressing the ‘soft’ skills gap for making HiAP happen
- Partnership working - local case studies
Cost and Payments
You can save £100 per applicant if you apply by 14th December 2016.
The discounted fee is £750 per applicant.
Group discounts are available for groups of 3 or more people applying at the same time by 14th December 2016.
The cost is £700 per applicant for group applications received by 14th December 2016.
The regular fee for the HiAP Winter School after 14th December 2016 is £850 per applicant.
What does my fee include:
- All course materials
- Supplementary reading
- Lectures and workshops by senior academic staff and guest speakers (approximately 20 contact hours)
- All lunches and registration, morning and afternoon refreshments, a formal programme reception and dinner held in Durham Castle, as well as a tour of the Castle
A Durham University Certificate of Continuous Professional Development will be awarded for participation on the programme.
Overnight accommodation and evening meals other than the formal programme dinner (to be held on Monday 30th January 2017) are not included.
Confirmation and payment
All applications will be confirmed via email. Please arrange payment as soon as possible after receiving confirmation in UK £ Stirling.
Payment is via credit card, BACS or cheque - please specify the following information when completing our booking form to enable us to raise an invoice for you:
- Name of individual person or organisation who will be paying
- Name of contact to address the invoice to
- Postal address to send the invoice to
- A contact telephone number and email address of the contact the invoice needs to be addressed to
- A purchase order number (if known)
In the event of you cancelling your delegate place, the following charges will apply with regards to the delegate fee. You will have the option to nominate a suitable substitute at any time (at no additional cost), but please let us know as early as possible so we can communicate information directly to them.
- Cancellation 32 days before the event = 25%
- Cancellation 31-15 days before the event = 50%
- Cancellation 14-0 days before the event = 100%
Prior to 32 days before the event a full refund will be possible.
In the unlikely event of the programme being cancelled by Durham University, a full refund will be made, however, we would not be able to provide compensation for any other expenses (travel or accommodation).
To register online, please click on the "Further official information" link below.
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