Venue: Durham County Council, County Hall
This training course is being delivered by the Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service for the North East, within Public Health England, and is aimed at anyone involved in population health and health improvement who is seeking a basic introduction to key concepts in health intelligence.
It would be of benefit to people whose job or voluntary role includes a wider public health remit, e.g. policy officers, commissioners, environmental health officers, housing officers, planners and voluntary sector organisation staff. It is also suitable for less-experienced public health practitioners and public health intelligence specialists.
The day is broken down separate sections covering:
1. Introduction to health intelligence
2. Using health intelligence to understand your population: an interactive approach using Fingertips
3. Understanding a health issue: interpreting and acting on health intelligence
4. A guided tour of a Fingertips profile: Public Health Outcomes Framework
5. Exploring Health Profiles
6. Self-directed exercises: tobacco, obesity or alcohol
7. Linking intelligence with evidence of what works: Health Matters
8. Conclusions, next steps and evaluation of the day There is no charge to attend this training course.
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