An interactive workshop held in the Stoddart Lecture Theatre, with two speakers, which examines what organisations might do to support societal health and wellbeing
In this BTEtalk, speakers Duncan McCombie (Yes Energy Solutions) and Dave Capper (Westfield Health) will be taking an integrated approach to health and wellbeing and asking key questions as to how we might seek to resolve some of the key health & wellbeing challenges facing broader society such as rising fuel poverty and declining health indicators.
With an increased focus on a healthy lifestyle, involving drinking plenty of water, taking appropriate exercise and seeking advice on our physical and mental health, they ask what might be done individually and collectively to promote a more healthy lifestyle as well as to overcome some of the barriers to achieving that. In particular, they will consider what might be done within and across organisations and institutions to support broader systemic change so as to alleviate some of worst effects of fuel and health poverty.
The session will be partly made up of two presentations from the speakers following by a facilitated discussion on each. There will then be an opportunity for audience members to contribute to the debate and discussion and to offer suggestions, solutions and challenges that must be addressed in order to engender this sort of systemic change.
17:00 Welcome and networking with refreshments
17:30-18:30 BTETalks 'A Systemic Approach to Health & Wellbeing'
18:30 Networking with refreshments
19:00 (approx) Close