Intelligent Health are currently recruiting the following local engagement coordinator posts to support delivery of the project.
- Full time one year contract, 40 hours per week, with a focus on engaging older people (one post)
- Part time six month contract (two posts):
Please share these opportunities widely and with anyone who may be interested. The closing date is 12 noon, Monday 24th April 2017 Continue reading
Croydon public health is undergoing an expansion and recruiting 5 new staff. (Thanks for former student for notifiying us of the roles) . A wonderful opportunity to be ‘in at the start’ of a new initiative.
Search terms Croydon and Public Health – on this link to the NHS job page: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy/9baade8921e2dbf7aa10a0e1665bf7e1/
Seminar: Friday 21st April, 13.00 – 15.30
Westlain House, 217, Falmer Campus, Univ of Brighton
‘Health Promotion – 30 years after the Ottawa Charter’ with visiting Professor Suzanne Jackson from University of Toronto.
Successful candidates will have experience of health promotion outreach work with vulnerable communities and/or undertaking structured support to individuals appropriate to need
Hours: 7 hours per week
Location: Eastbourne, East Sussex
Salary: £4,707 per annum (full time equivalent £23,538 per annum)
Full details are available here
Kind regards, Ross
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Westlain House room 217, Falmer campus
‘Health Promotion – still relevant or so last century?’
30 years on from the Ottawa Health Promotion Charter – What is the Same and What is Different?
Suzanne Jackson. Visiting Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Toronto. Co-Director, WHO Collaborating Centre in Health Promotion. Editor-in-Chief, Global Health Promotion
The 9th Global Health Promotion Conference since the signing of the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion in 1986, was held in Shanghai in November 2016, sponsored by WHO. Suzanne Jackson will outline the significant outcomes of that meeting and the work done in Canada in October 2016 that contributed a different perspective on the future of health promotion. Both meetings connected health promotion to achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
Health Promotion, Health Improvement, Behavioural Health Sciences or Public Health? Blurred boundaries and responsibilities, or an emerging inter-professionalism. Why we retained ‘Health Promotion’ in our revised MSc Health Promotion and an update on the course. Carol Williams, Course Leader.
What we are doing in Health Promotion Research. Round up of recent and current research projects. Nigel Sherriff, Professor Jorg Huber, Laetitia Zeeman, Alex Sawyer, Carol Williams.
After the session there will be a chance to chat with the speakers and discuss opportunities for study, partnership projects, placements and research