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19-20 June 2019, Manchester Central

19-20 June 2019 . Manchester Central

How can a focus on health inequalities drive better care and a more engaged workforce

20th June, 11:20-12:00pm  |  Main stage

Speakers

Professor David Williams of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health shares the learning from his extensive research and academic experience to explore how socioeconomic status, race, stress, racism, health behaviours and religious involvement can affect health.  Professor Williams is an internationally recognised social scientist focused on social influences on health, who has written prolifically on a range of health-related issues and shaped health policy at a federal level in the United States. Opportunity for Q&A.

Chair:

  • Baroness Dido Harding

Keynote address:

  • Professor David Williams, Harvard University

Panel:

  • Professor David Williams, Harvard University
  • Owen Williams, Chief Executive, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust


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