The SPC and University of Winchester held their second joint seminar on public health and wellbeing in March 2019. The event follows on from the seminar we held in 2018 on our ageing society, and explored how we can prepare for a better quality of life in later years. Our speakers looked at diet, exercise and mental health. An audience of over 150 took part in a lively discussion afterwardsliving-well-seminar-summary-final
In conjunction with the University of Winchester and supported by Paris Smith and Energise Me, we are delivering a seminar to explore how we can all live well.
The rise of new ‘health’ trends communicated via media platforms has called into question what living well really means.
Chaired by the University’s Chancellor Alan Tichmarsch, this event is the third of a series of debates on linked and topical issues.
Speakers of the seminar include Professor Shireen Kassam, Consultant Haematologist at Kings College Hospital and Visiting Professor at the University of Winchester on the importance of diet, Dr William Bird MBE, GP and founder of Intelligent Health, on the importance of physical activity and Kevin Gardner, CEO and Abby Oakley from Solent Mind on achieving mental wellbeing.
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