The sessions will enable guests to learn, reflect and discuss what the population health topic means in terms of how we work as an NHS Trust and with partners across place.
They are open for all Trust colleagues, service users, carers, governors, members and ICB colleagues, voluntary sector partners and local authority public health teams from North East London (NEL) and Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK).
The first webinar will be held on Tuesday, March 5, from 1-2pm and will include the Joseph Rowntree Foundation talking through their report on destitution and help guests think through what this means for service provision.
“Our hope is that this series of lunchtime webinars will promote awareness and discussion about how everyone can contribute to improving the health and wellbeing of the communities we serve,” said Laura Austin Croft, ELFT Director of Population Health.
“The theme for the first webinar - ‘how do we measure and understand high levels of poverty? What can we do to reduce its impact on health?’ – feels particularly timely with today’s economic climate and the pressures faced by our communities.”