‘Meeting the challenge: economics and a healthier society’ - Wednesday 24 November 2010, Mossley Mill, Newtownabbey.
This major one-day conference on 24 November, entitled ‘Meeting the challenge: economics and a healthier society’, stimulated debate and reflected on action taken to reduce health inequalities. The conference focused on economic development and partnership working, with delegates attending from a number of community and voluntary organisations, government departments, local councils, academic and economic institutions.
Hosted at Mossley Mill, Newtownabbey, the event was organised by the Public Health Agency (PHA) and the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS). It explored the links between financial investment, economic development, sustainable communities and health inequalities. It also marked the close of the PHA’s five week ‘Focus on health inequalities’ joint programme of events.
The conference press release is available at www.publichealthagency.org/news/focus-health-inequalities-programme-27-o...
Conference presentations are available to download below.
Please note: Presentations will be available to download until Wednesday 22 December 2010.
These presentations have been provided by the conference speakers and were designed to be delivered within the conference setting. The limitations and caveats on all data and information provided were outlined by the speakers during the presentations and therefore if you were not at the conference, you may be unaware of the full context of the information provided. Content of the slides, including all graphs and images, has been provided by the speakers, who are responsible for the copyright, and the Public Health Agency’s disclaimer applies (see bottom of homepage).