#ShiftTheDial: child health inequalities - webinar

This half-day event is now finished, but you can still register to watch on demand. We cover how paediatricians can support children and families experiencing poverty, design NHS services to address health inequalities and advocate for change in government policy.
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Date: -
Time: -
Spaces available
Fixed fee, including on demand access until mid-March - £40


09:30-09:35 | Introduction

09:35-10:35 | Part 1: How to talk to families about poverty - Dr Ian Sinha, Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

10:35-11:35 | Part 2: Making things better - using QI to tackle child health inequality - Dr Emma Sunderland, Paediatric Registrar, London

11:35-11:50 | Comfort break

11:50-12:50 | Part 3: Tips and tools for advocacy - Dr Helen Stewart, Officer for Health Improvement, RCPCH 

12:50-13:00 | Summary and close

Learning objectives

  • Gain a detailed understanding of child poverty, including the evidence on how it drives health inequalities and affects child health outcomes 
  • Develop skills for making the topic of poverty more approachable to talk about with families  
  • Learn how to prepare a quality improvement project to design NHS services that aim to reduce child health inequalities  
  • Understand how to advocate for change and get equipped with the tools to influence thinking in strategic areas

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD guidelines.