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Tackling population health through employment: the role of the NHS

15 Jun 2021
B - Breakout stage 2

The labour market outlook looks very different in 2021 compared to January 2020. Good employment is a major contributor to better health and economic outcomes for individuals. This session will focus on the opportunities of working differently as individual employers and local systems, showcasing how to use the policy levers and funding in place to make a difference to our communities through employment.

This session forms part of the People theme that is supported by NHS Professionals.

Caroline Waterfield, Director of Development and Employment - NHS Employers
Ann Lloyd, Chair - Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Beatrice Gaudesyte, Phlebotomy Clerk - Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Colin Michel, Interim Programme Lead - North East London Health and Care Partnership
Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive - NHS Employers
Kath Evans, Children and Young Peoples Clinical Lead, Director of Children’s Nursing - North East London Health and Care Partnership, Barts Health
Thomas Pemberton, Laundry Assistant - East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust