This is a forum for the London Public Health Workforce to discuss their development needs and shape future development programmes.
It is organised as a series of 'threads' and you can leave a comment or thought in any thread that interests you - or start your own.
The first two threads are places where you can introduce yourself and join a general discussion about the kind of development you think is needed.
The other threads are the discussions that took place at the Open Space.
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Welcome to the public sector news group.
This group is a place for colleagues to share and comment on the latest public sector news. You might want to highlight some good practice from your organisation, raise awareness of a key campaign, or comment on something that's in the news.
Whatever you share, we look forward to hearing your views.
This group is open to all those who have participated in and completed the 2 day training course in February 2014 from the Forthvalley area.
This group provide a forum for engagement, and joint working, across the third sector, local authorities, educational establishments, NHS, the private sector and with young people themselves to support the implementation of the Prevention actions in the Strategy to reduce smoking uptake amongst young people and tackle health inequalities.
The group is concerned with discussions surrounding the development of the Viewstat 2 project. Viewstat2 is an online GIS system providing an interrogation mechanism for the publicly available small area statistics for Scotland. Viewstat2 provides access to traditional choropleth maps as well as to more sophisticated maps showing dynamic selection of geographies reflecting criteria. The system can be accessed via The Improvement Service website.
This group is to support the Highland See Me Change Network. Membership is for members of the Highland See Me Change Network and the national See Me team only.
To share information and good practice around emotional well being of 10-14 year olds to support the development of the Newham HeadStart programme.