The North West Population Health and Prevention Network (NW PHPN), Health Education England working across the North West (HEENW) and Public Health England North West (PHE NW) are pleased to announce a collaborative event with the purpose of:

  • Bringing people together across the North West to raise awareness of Making Every Contact Count (MECC) principles and practice and examples of MECC activity.
  • Exploring the key drivers for MECC including person centred care and prevention.
  • Understanding the success measures for MECC such as the new health and wellbeing Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN).
  • Raising awareness of the new West Midlands MECC E-Learning digital resource including MECC and 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
  • Exploring the opportunities for collaborative planning and working towards MECC activity and workforce development.

WHEN: Thursday 8th February 2018 from 9:30am – 4:00pm

WHERE: Central Manchester – venue to be confirmed

TARGET AUDIENCE & ORGANISATIONS: The examples of target audience and organisations are not exhaustive.

  • Public health commissioners
  • Public health education leads
  • Workforce development / learning and development leads and organisations
  • Health improvement leads
  • Service leads and workforce managers
  • Service leads and managers
  • Provider organisations
  • Local Authorities
  • Primary Care
  • Secondary and Tertiary Care
  • Community Care
  • Academia
  • Health Improvement Services
  • Voluntary Sector
  • Partner organisations such as PHE / NHS England
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups 

Please save the date to your diary and further programme information will be circulated shortly.

Booking for this event will open early December on the NW PHPN digital platform and will be strictly on a first come first served basis.