“Live Long and Prosper?” - What does demographic change mean for tackling health inequalities across the West Midlands?
Location: Central Birmingham
Date: provisionally 11th March, date and time to be confirmed
A seminar held in association with the Futures Network West Midlands and the West Midlands Public Health Learning Network
The 2011 Census shows dramatic demographic changes are happening across the West Midlands. These will have huge implications for the delivery of public services that address poor health and health inequalities and the wider social factors that influence people’s health.
This seminar will explore the relationship between the existing health disparities in the West Midlands, the dynamics of demographic change and how this might manifest itself.
In doing so the seminar will assist local, long-term planning by helping participants consider the wider interrelationships across the West Midlands and the extent to which trends might be influenced with a view to exposing potential issues and choices.
The Panel of expert speakers is being confirmed, however, if you would like to attend or to be informed when more information is available please contact:
Sherman Wong 0121 245 0210 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no charge for this event, but places are strictly limited by capacity.