Sustrans Big Pedal is the UK’s largest inter-school cycling, walking and scooting challenge supporting pupils, staff and parents to choose human power for their journey to school. It will run from 22 April to 5 May 2020 and is open to all primary and secondary schools in the UK, including SEN schools.
This event is providing the opportunity for a conclusive review of the 2020 strategy, and an assessment of the forward steps that have been made in the journey to transform dementia care, support & research. The conference will welcome back some of the highest profile contributors from previous years to form the most senior speaker line-up ever assembled.
The conference From Science to Services will investigate how cutting-edge sport, exercise and physical activity research is driving improvements in healthcare. The conference will cover a number of themes including, physical activity in pregnancy, prehabilitation and rehabilitation, physical activity and serious mental health, health inequalities due to physical inactivity. It will include keynote presentations from Professor Sandy Jack from the University of Sheffield and Sir Muir Gray from the University of Oxford.
Delegates will explore why more students are turning to unconventional incomes like gambling and sex work during their studies, how the university experience can compound cultural and environmental conditions that lead students to access and supply drugs; and discussing how cross-institutional co-operation as well as legislative review of attitudes towards information sharing could prevent students reaching a point of crisis.
The conference programme for 2020 will be built around the first-hand experience of dementia at all stages, and consider the big questions for people affected by dementia, carers, health and care professionals, researchers, policy makers, communities, businesses and innovators. Alzheimer’s Society annual conference will focus on showcasing the latest innovations in research, policy, care and efforts to make sustained and impactful change.
The show will include a selection of seminars focused on topics such as coping with mental illness, ways to promote positive mental health, and how to support people around you who are suffering with ill mental health.
Bydd WHO a hyrwyddwyr iechyd y cyhoedd ar draws y byd yn dod ynghyd i ddathlu Diwrnod Dim Tybaco’r Byd. Mae’r ymgyrch byd-eang hwn yn pwysleisio’r cyflawniadau a’r cynnydd a wnaed trwy gydol y flwyddyn tuag at fyd sydd yn rhydd rhag tybaco. Thema eleni yw diogelu’r genhedlaeth iau, sydd yn canolbwyntio ar “Ddiogelu ieuenctid rhag cael eu cam-drin gan y diwydiant a’u hatal rhag defnyddio tybaco a nicotin”.
Child Safety Week is run by Child Accident Prevention Trust to raise awareness of the risks of child accidents and how they can be prevented. This year’s Child Safety Week theme is Safety makes sense!
The summer school is organised by the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. It provides an in-depth assessment of the social determinants of health from a global research, policy and governance perspective. Professor Sir Michael Marmot will open the summer school with a presentation on the social determinants of health and close the week with a lecture and discussion on national and international policy development.
Our fifth annual Sustain Wales Summit will take place on 11 June 2020 in Cardiff with a focus on the changing nature of work and the role of organisations in response to the climate emergency and in furtherance of the Well-being goals.
The world conference, which takes place every two years, is a key opportunity for children’s professionals, city planners, social workers, academics, designers and policymakers to share knowledge, good practice and research findings from the various disciplines that are important to the shared aim of creating child-friendly cities. Creating dialogue is the most important aspect of the conference.
Talking Mental Health is a National Conference that will be taking place to help people understand and recognise poor Mental Health and to make a difference.