0ver 180 people attended the day conference. Many were enthused by the experience.
Following the amazing experience with the Grunenthal Pain Award, ShipShape Health and Wellbeing Centre continues to partnership with The University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research, Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the Sloan Medical Centre Shine Team and Public Health at Sheffield City Council to organise the very first Community’s Got Talent Conference. This is a high profile conference aiming to bring together health professionals, key funders and colleagues holding strategic positions in the education, public and voluntary sectors. It will be held at the Sheffield United FC Conference Suite on Wednesday 18th June.
The aim of the conference is to explore the value of peer support and the use of community skills and talents to effectively promote health and wellbeing. It is about capacity building and community engagement, and its outcome measure to track evidence of successes in Integrated Health and Social Care. The plan for the day includes keynote speakers, interactive work-shops, seminars, a debate and a plenary session. The event is joint funded by the partner or-ganisations and is offered as a FREE event for all who are interested.
Considering the scale of the event, our Information Worker, Susannah Brewer, has been seconded to be the Conference Administrator.
Please do not hesitate to contact Susannah for details about the event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone — 0114 250 0222 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays