WHIS Cumbria

Rescheduled - WHISCumbria18 22nd & 23rd June 2018 





 World Health Innovation Summit, Carlisle, Cumbria 2018

Friday 22nd June 2018
8am - Registration/Coffee
8.50 am - Welcome address Dr Amir Hannan (Chairman WHIS) Gareth Presch (CEO WHIS) - we'll be having an interative Q&A session on WHIS to begin. 
9.10am - 9.45am Nurse Leader, Zoe Butler, University Hospitals Morecombe Bay Trust, South Cumbria shares here story on leadership and nursing - an insight into our NHS
9.45am - 10.20 am International Artist Derek Eland "Being Human" - His work on supporting communities through the Arts - His experience on Mount Everest and his future plans. 
10.20am - 10.50am - Coffee
10.50am - 11.30am Ali Pate, Cheryl Kennedy and Henry Boyle will share the vision behind the WHIS Schools and WHY this school model is being adopted across the UK.
11.30 - 11.40 Angela Maragna launches One Health at WHIS Cumbria 2018
11.40am - 11.50 Pennine Way Primary School Choir
11.50 - 12.30pm Panel Discussion Technology & Innovation - Chair Dr Poonam Malik WHIS STEM Lead - Dr John Howarth CPFT, Richard McGregor CHOC, Farouq Din Ehealth Cumbria, Tom Bell UCLAN
12.30pm - 12.50pm Andy Fearon - Give A Day to the City
12.50pm - 1.30pm - Lunch
1.30pm - 1.50pm Local community champion Geoff Brown shares his passion to help others in difficult times. 
1.50pm - 2.20pm Colin Dolan CEO, Mental Health Football Association - his battle with depression and bi-polar to help others through football
2.20pm - 2.40pm Katherine Dalgliesh  - Postnatal depression and her vision behind the Happy Mums Foundation
2.40pm - 3.10pm Dr Art O'Malley - shares what it takes to reach Peak Performance in sports
3.10pm - 3.30pm - Coffee
3.30pm - 4.00pm Cumbrian Women of the Year 2018 Sue Hunter - Leading by Volunteering 
4.00pm - 4.30pm Josh Quigley - Mental Health activitist Josh returns to Carlisle after his epic cycle expedition around Europe to share his story and plans for the future. 
On Friday evening the 22nd June 2018 at 7pm we will hold an networking evening with light entertainment and guest speakers at the Old Fire Station, Carlisle 
NB: Tickets for the day event do not cover the evening but are available on the door and below. 
Evening programme:
Derek Eland - Introducing the Diary Rooms and his new exciting project
Caroline Robinson from Carlisle Eden Mind shares an insight into the challenges we face locally supporting Mental Health and how we can help. 
Prism Arts - Community and the Arts
Dr Amir Hannan and Gareth Presch #WHIS - what are the challenges we face and how can we work together as a community to support our health services.
With entertainment from John Nixon
*50% of entry fee from the evening event will be donated to Give A Day to City 2018
Friday 2nd March 2018
8am- Registration/Coffee
9.05am - 9.45am Colin Radcliffe, Mental Health will share his vision behind technology DePressOn App to support mental wellbeing 
9.45am - 10.25am Andy Woodward, Former Professional Footballer shares his story 
10.25am - 10.50am - Coffee
10.50am - 11.10am Gareth Kelly, Grant Thornton - modern leadership challenges we face across the NHS and local government
11.10am - 11.30am Martyn Blacklock, Gillene Sealby WHISKids - how our programmes are supporting our children's emotional and physical wellbeing 
11.30am - 12.10pm Claire Streeter shares the story behind Middlesbrough Football Club Foundation and their inspiring community work. 
12.10pm - 12.50pm Saj Ghafoor shares her vision and plans for Multicultural Carlisle 
12.50pm - 1.40pm - Lunch
1.40pm - 2pm WHIS Team Nottingham Syed Ali - how they've adopted the WHIS model successfully and their plans for the future. 
2pm - 2.20pm Susanna Kelly, Hope & Story - supporting disabilities through the Arts
2.20pm - 3pm Dr. Edward Rethinasamy, Sports Medicine for high performance in athletes
3pm - 3.20pm - Coffee
3.20pm - 4pm Dr Theo Bampouras Active Health Ageing - the challenges we face as an aging population 
4pm Closing Questions - WHIS Team Gareth Presch, Dr Amir Hannan
*Subject to change




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