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Birmingham City Council – Celebrating Research & Partnership Working Seminar 15/10/2015

by on 26 October, 2015

Birmingham Public Health alongside Birmingham City Council colleagues from all directorates have for the past two years organised an annual seminar to raise awareness of the importance of research within Birmingham City Council policy and practice. This year’s third annual conference was themed as “Partnerships in Research” and took place on Thursday 15th October 2015 from 1pm – 4pm in the Auditorium at Woodcock Street, Birmingham B7 4BL with approximately 60 attendees from across the city council and local partners.

Dr. M Mashuq Ally the Assistant Director for Equalities, Community Safety & Cohesion and The Rt. Hon. Andrew Mitchell MP were the keynote speakers. The agenda for the day can be found HERE.

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There were also 7 presentations on the day as well as poster presentations, all of these can be found below:

Presentations

Partnership Working by Dr Mashuq Ally

The Birmingham Health & Wellbeing Board by Alan Lotinga

Birmingham Smart City Commission by Nikki Spencer

KIKIT Pathways to Recovery by Mo Ashfaq

Schools & Childhood Obesity by Eleanor McGee

Birmingham City Council’s European & International Team by Jennifer Crisp

Reducing Unemployment- an evidenced based approach by Lesley Bradnum

Poster Presentations

Birmingham Cycle Revolution

KIKIT Pathways to Recovery

Fitness, Frailty and Falls

Research at HEFT

Alcohol specific underage hospital admissions

If you would like any further information about the day please contact hashum.mahmood@birmingham.gov.uk or karl.beese@birmingham.gov.uk

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