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Exhibiting

About Exhibiting

Taking place in Glasgow on 1 May 2024, the “Inspiring Change” Scotland Public Health Conference has been jointly developed by the UK Faculty of Public Health, Public Heath Scotland, and the Scottish Directors of Public Health Group. Bringing together 400 public health practitioners, academics, and colleagues from the third sector in Scotland and beyond, this is an opportunity to engage with Scotland’s wide public health community.

To be considered as an exhibitor for the Scottish Public Health Conference 2024 you must meet the following criteria;

  1. You must be active within the Public Health sector in Scotland.
  2. Have a service or product that relates to one of our conferences themes;

Packages

Standard Exhibtion Package £750 +vat
• Table
• Tablecloth
• 2 x Chairs
• Access to Power
• 2 x Exhibitor passes to the event 
• Logo on event website
• Logo on event signage (where applicable)
Voluntary Sector Package £500 +vat
• Table
• Tablecloth
• 2 x Chairs
• Access to Power
• 2 x Exhibitor passes to the event 
• Logo on event website
• Logo on event signage (where applicable)
please note exhibitor passes give you access to everything except the main auditorium sessions
To find out more or apply please contact scotphconf@speak.co.uk 

Exhibitors

Public Health Scotland (PHS)

Public Health Scotland (PHS) is the lead national agency for improving and protecting the health and wellbeing of all of Scotland’s people. Our vision is of a Scotland where everybody thrives. Our focus is on increasing healthy life expectancy and reducing premature mortality. To do this, we use data, intelligence and a place based approach to lead and deliver Scotland’s public health priorities.

Public Health Scotland (PHS)

Fraser of Allander Institute

The Fraser of Allander Institute and the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Strathclyde are embarking on a new 3-year programme of work with the Health Foundation looking at improving and preventing health inequalities in Scotland through cross-sector and cross-policy initiatives to build more effective policy and practice. At this early stage, we want to hear your ideas and priorities for the programme and to make new connections with stakeholders across Scotland.

Fraser of Allander Institute

NIHR PHIRST

Public Health Intervention Responsive Studies Teams (PHIRST) are funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research, Public Health Research programme. PHIRST operates across the UK and members are academic researchers who are experts in public health and evaluation methods. PHIRST works with Local Government and aligned organisations to  produce robust and timely evaluations of Public Health Interventions. All costs of the evaluation (but not the intervention itself) are funded through the PHIRST programme. PHIRST will be exhibiting examples of it’s evaluations based in Scotland such as ‘No One Left Behind Fife’, Mindset Teams and Whole Systems Approaches to Healthy Diet and Weight.

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nihr-phirst/

NIHR PHIRST

6SQuID

Our training is for those working in public and third sector organisations who who would like to improve their intervention development skills. It aims to help you embed into routine practice, the development of sustainable and effective health interventions leading to public health impact. Across two half-day workshops, you will learn how to utilise the Six Steps in Quality Intervention Development (6SQuID) framework, enabling you to apply this in a wide variety of populations and settings.

6SQuID

Research Data Scotland (RDS)

Research Data Scotland (RDS) is unlocking the power of public sector data to make it quicker and simpler to do research and improve lives. A not-for-profit charitable organisation created and funded by the Scottish Government, and a partnership between leading universities and public bodies, RDS is working to provide a single point of contact for safe, secure and effective access to public sector datasets for research and innovation for public benefit. As part of this, we work closely with eDRIS at PHS to develop a Researcher Access Service. This is a streamlined pathway for data professionals to access secure Scottish public sector data for research – it digitises the process for the first time making the cumbersome process of applying for data much smoother and quicker.

Research Data Scotland (RDS)

Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press will be on hand to discuss the benefits of publishing with the Journal of Public Health, and to introduce a selection of books recently published by the press.

Oxford University Press

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