Academic journal article Perspectives in Public Health

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Academic journal article Perspectives in Public Health

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8th June - 9th June 2011

Brief Interventions Training: Improving Patient Interactions

This skills-based course introduces health and exercise professionals to solution focused practice: a revolutionary new approach to working face-to-face with patients. This course is ideal for a range of health professionals, including: GP's, Practice Nurses, Health Visitors, Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurses / Exercise Instructors, Community Pharmacists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Health Trainers, Dieticians, Smoking Cessation staff and more.

For more information: http://www.bhfactive.org.uk/primary-care-training-and-eventsitem/ 73/index.html

15th June 2011, 28 Portland Place, W1B 1LY

Food Allergies - A one-day training course in association with Hygiene Audit Systems

The unique learning programme comes in two parts - a pre-course online training session and the one-day workshop. All course delegates will also receive the Hygiene Audit Systems allergytraining.com pack for food handlers, this award-winning and accredited training tool is included free in your delegate pack. You will also learn how to use it as a training tool in the workplace.

For more information, go to www.rsph.org.uk or contact Claire Robins, crobins@ rsph.org.uk

6th July 2011, 28 Portland Place, W1B 1LY

Tackling Obesity: Commissioning for Outcomes

With uncertainties of the NHS and Public Health reforms, this conference will explore issues around commissioning services and interventions to tackle obesity. There is now no doubt that outcomes will be an essential aspect of the commissioning process-but what are good outcomes from an obesity intervention? …

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