Scottish (Managed) Sustainable Health Network (SMaSH) – Annual Event (2015)

This year SMaSH is holding its annual event jointly with us at CRESH. This free event is on the 26 March 2015 at the CoSLA Conference Centre, Verity House, Haymarket Yards, Edinburgh. The  programme is below for your information and if you would like to register to attend please follow the link below to the online registration page. Please disseminate the details to anyone you think may be interested.

https://eventbrite.co.uk/event/15810849677/

26 March 2015 (10.00 to 15.30) 

CoSLA, Verity House (19 Haymarket Yards, Edinburgh. EH12 5BH)

PROGRAMME
Time Title Speaker
10.00 Welcome Ellie HothersallConsultant Public Health Medicine

NHS Tayside

Chair of SMaSH

10.05 Introduction and update from SMaSH Ellie Hothersall
10.20 Introduction and update from CRESH Rich Mitchell, Professor (Public Health), University of Glasgow and CRESH
10.35 Does our physical environment affect levels of and inequalities in active travel? Rich Mitchell and Niamh Shortt, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Edinburgh and CRESH
11.05 Inequalities in air pollution across Europe; trends and implications  Jamie Pearce, Professior of Health Geography and Catherine Tisch, Research Assistant, University of Edinburgh and CRESH
11.35 Public Health Review: implications for the public health challenges of sustainability Phil MackieScotPHN Lead Consultant
12.00 Lunch and Networking
12.45 Health Of Populations and Ecosystems (HOPE) – ‘Focusing on future generations’.(www.planethope.org.uk) Hilary GrahamUniversity of York
13.30 Forestry Commission Scotland’s health related work(Draft Title) Kevin Lafferty, National Health Advisor, Forestry Commission
14.15 Discussion session: translating environmental public health research into practice All
15.00 How can we better communicate about sustainability and health? Ellie Hothersall
15.30 Questions and close Afternoon chair

 

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