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Southwest Public Health Scientific Conference 2019

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Another successful and stimulating get together for South West public health disciplines

The organisers of the South West Public Health Scientific Conference 2019 would like to thank both participants and attendees. The event took place on 19th March at the Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa. The aim of the conference, which takes place annually, is to showcase both service and university-based health research and evaluation from across the South West. It is attended by a wide range of public health academic and service professionals throughout the region, including those working in local authorities, educational institutions, the NHS, Public Health England, business and the community and voluntary sector.

This year’s programme was an engaging mix of plenary presentations, parallel sessions and electronic poster presentations, promoting debate and new learning across all public health disciplines in the South West.

Feedback on the conference was very positive – a big thank you to all those who ensured the day was successful.

To see presentations from the day, please click on the links below:

A1 Joanna Kesten

A2 Una Geary

A3 Harriet Fisher

A4 Kathryn Hamilton

B1 Emma Bird

B2 Samuel Coleborn

B4 Nabaa Agha

C1 Joanna McLaughlin

C2 Tamsin Newlove- Delgado

C3 Andrew Salmon

C4 Georgina Angel

D1 – 1 Alasdair Wood

D1 – 2 Sarah Woodhall

D2 – 1 Bogdan Grigore

D2 – 2 Whitney Curry

D2 – 3 Brianna O’Malley

D2 – 4 Paul Volker

D3 – 1 Brigid Tunney

D3 – 2 Tamsin Newlove-Delgado

D3 – 3 Stephanie Davis

D3 – 4 Rob Hayward

D4 – 1 Laura Tinner

D4 – 2 Richard Sharpe

D4 – 4 Rosie Closs

E2 Rachel Hayes

E4 Anna Bornioli

F2 Judi Kidger

Mark Petticrew

Martin White

Paul Pilkington

Peter Vickerman