Recovery & renewal: The third sector’s role in post-pandemic health & social care

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This community health conference will explore how to embed the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector into health and social care in a post-pandemic world

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Date: Wednesday 22nd September 2021, 9.30am – 12.45pm. 

This free event, which will be held on Zoom and is organised by Community Links Bromley, will:

  • Highlight the positive work of charitable and voluntary organisations during the pandemic to support local communities including active support for healthcare
  • Understand how the relationships that exist between some communities and statutory health providers / the state has affected responses during pandemic
  • Explore how systems can be transformed to improve working relationships between statutory health providers and local communities to improve health care design and health outcomes.

Confirmed speakers include:

Alice Wilcock – GLA, Assistant Director, Team London
Patrick Vernon – Associate Director, Centre for Ageing Better
Sandra Husbands – Director of Public Health Hackney
Marie Gabriel CBE – Chair, North East London ICS (integrated care system)

The conference is aimed at

  • Directors of public health and other strategic leads who plan, commission, or provide local health and wellbeing initiatives
  • Local authorities, the NHS and other public sector organisations with a statutory obligation to carry out community engagement activities
  • Community and voluntary sector leaders
  • Funders
  • Members of the public

Bookings

Book your place on Eventbrite or by calling 0208 315 1909.

Contact: Hugh Stultz hughs@communitylinksbromley.org.uk


This event is funded by City Bridge Trust as part of the Cornerstone Project. 

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