Join us for our free half day seminar with lunch on arrival, ran in partnership with Dundee Voluntary Action to discuss health inequalities in Scotland.
View the Full Agenda for the afternoon: Dundee Seminar Agenda 1st Oct
View the speaker biographies: Dundee speaker biographies
Voluntary Health Scotland launched their report ‘Living in the Gap: a voluntary health sector perspective on health inequalities in Scotland’ earlier this year. The report highlighted the strength and vital work contributed by the sector, but also highlighted the need for further recognition.
Our seminar will look to discuss the report findings and the wider issues of health inequalities in Scotland. We will also look to discuss support and recognition for the third sector. ‘Living in the gap’ featured case studies which spotlight work currently underway in Scotland. Our seminar will include a discussion session with some of our case study organisations.
- Rob Packham, Chief Officer, Perth & Kinross Integration Joint Board for Health and Social Care
- Claire Stevens, Chief Officer, Voluntary Health Scotland
- Lesley Munro, Development Officer, Voluntary Health Scotland
- Linda Bates, Development Officer, ASH Scotland
- Jan Bell, RVS, Dundee Home form Hospital Project
- David Ross, Equalities Co-ordinator, Fife Society for the Blind
- Dr Pauline Craig, Head of Equality, NHS Health Scotland
Benefits of attending:
- Understanding the sector challenges
- Discussing the opportunities and future capabilities
- Understanding the barriers to closing the health inequalities gap
- Networking with a range of organisations
*Important note: Although the seminar is free to attend, we have very limited space, and will charge £15 for any non-attendance on the day.
Please contact Lauren Blair to register your interest or with any questions about the seminar.
0131 474 6190