Population Health Management Masterclasses – Population Health Management and Health Inequalities

COVID-19 has brought to wider consciousness inequalities in different areas from healthcare to technology. Population health brings significant concerns into focus and introduces ways that resources can be allocated to overcome problems that drive poor health conditions. This programme of masterclasses will support individuals and teams to have a solid understanding of Population Health Management and the importance of it in addressing inequalities, workforce planning and embedding population health with your system.

This is an offer co-hosted by our colleagues in the Midlands Leadership Academy and is open to applications across the South East.

Attending one of these Masterclasses

Each Masterclass will cover a new topic relating to population health management, and will run as an individual session. You can book onto any or all of the topics that are relevant to you and your job role.

Each programme will be delivered virtually and the focus will be on creating a learning environment that is engaging, interactive, informative, supportive, challenging and practical.

Objective of this session

  • Understand the meaning, and content of population health approaches in the context of system or ICS
  • Explore global population health management approach across African, Asia, Europe, and America in the context socio-economic global trends i.e., Covid, Ukraine Crisis, Climate Change
  • Identify local, regional, and national opportunities for improving population health and evidence-based approaches (best practice).
  • Understand the role of system to challenge their approach toward population health

Masterclass Dates

Population Health Management and Health InequalitiesRegister your Place
Tuesday 7th March 10.00- 11.30Click Here
Thursday 23rd March 10.00-11.30Click Here
Tuesday 16th May 1.30-3.00Click Here
Wednesday 24th May 10.00-11.30Click Here
Thursday 1st June 10.00-11.30Click Here
Thursday 22nd June 10.00-11.30Click Here
Wednesday 19th July 10.00-11.30Click Here