As we emerge from the most challenging year in recent history, our Online Spring Forum will be an inspiring and thought-provoking event for anyone interested in health in a post-Covid world.
There will be talks by our frontline team, as well as esteemed guest speakers from the world of science and the arts. The discussions will focus on both the challenges faced by communities and the opportunities that can be unlocked by shifting the power balance towards local people.
You’ll also learn how the Centre has transformed its delivery model in double-quick time. How we’ve questioned our preconceptions and become more radical, brave and innovative than ever before in our approach to community health.
Learning from Covid-19 – Science, health inequalities and community health
Professor Ajit Lalvani – Chair of Infectious Diseases, Imperial College London and Chair, Bromley by Bow Centre
The changing face of primary care
Dr Saul Marmot – GP Partner, Bromley by Bow Health Partnership
Dr Julia Davis – GP Partner, Bromley by Bow Health Partnership, Honorary Director, Bromley by Bow Centre
Communities leading change – shifting the power balance
Emma Owen-Amadasun – Assistant Director (Population Health), Layla Shirreh – Social Prescribing Manager and Jess Walker – Communities Driving Change Project Manager, Bromley by Bow Centre
ENO Breathe and the role of the arts in community recovery
Jenny Mollica – Director of Strategy and Learning & Participation, English National Opera – arts partner to the Bromley by Bow Centre
The Bromley by Bow model and its blueprint – what’s next?
Rob Trimble Chief Executive, Bromley by Bow Centre
Event Chair: Dr Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin, Co-Author, Unleashing Healthy Communities
Q&A session with attendees and speakers
The event is online and open to all. To reserve your place, please register for free here.
Bromley by Bow Centre Online Spring Forum
Tuesday, 11 May 2021 10:00am – 12:00pm
Summary report by Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin, Becky Seale and Naomi Mead
Unleashing Health Communities
The Unleashing Healthy Communities research and development project was borne out of the idea that the experience of the Bromley by Bow model, and the insights from the community which has shaped it, could have wider resonance and application in other places.