Tobacco Prevention in the South West

On 21st September 2017, the Clinical Senate deliberated:

What would be the most effective methods for delivering smoking/tobacco prevention in the South West and how can we use our health community to support this?

Download the recommendations here

Presentations:

The Next Chapter to Tobacco Control in the South West – Russ Moody, PHE SW Health and Wellbeing Programme Lead

Making a Million Opportunities Count – Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive, PHE

Review of Evidence and Practice in Prevention and Patient Optimisation – Maggie Rae, Consultant in Health Care Public Health

Tobacco Control Programme for England Towards a Smoke Free Generation – Allan Gregory, PHE National Tobacco Control Manager

What Contribution can Clinical Collective Leadership Make? Lesson from the London Clinical Senate – Sian Williams, London Respiratory Team

A Patient and Public Perspective – Focus Group– Russ Moody

Citizens’ Assembly Survey: Public Perspective about Maternity and Mental Health– Kevin Dixon, Chair, Citizens’ Assembly

Pre-Reading:

2017 05 18 Senate Recommendations

Steps To a Smokfree NHS

Intro CQUIN

Resources Tool Smokefree NHS

A Tobacco Control Plan for England 2017

NICE Guidance

Ottawa Model Programme Cost Effectiveness Evaluation

Baseline Assessment Tool

Agenda and Notes:

Download the agenda here

Download the notes here