Online PHINE Network event: C-WorKS

07 October 2020


Date and Time:

Wed 07 October 2020
13:00 – 16:00





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This online event aims to bring together people who are working on reset and recovery plans across the region following the impact of COVID-19. It builds on the main objective of C-WorKS, to share knowledge and intelligence projects and resources developed across the region, with the opportunity to pose questions. Speakers include:

  • Mark Lambert (NHS England & Improvement): Introduction to C-WorKS:

Mark will describe how C-WorKS evolved from scoping work around the broader impacts of COVID-19 into a space for members to share their own resources, ask questions and proactively contact others who are working on the same issue. Mark will also reflect on its progress to date. 

  • Claire Mathews (PHE) and Catherine Parker (Public Health South Tees): North East Health Inequalities Impact Assessment

Claire and Catherine will talk about work being undertaken to identify health and social inequalities that may arise or be exacerbated as a consequence of COVID-19, and propose mitigation measures to reduce negative impacts on populations with the poorest health outcomes. 

  • Kristin Bash and Caroline Tait (PHE): The impact of COVID-19 on health inequalities in Yorkshire and the Humber 

The Yorkshire and Humber Health and Wellbeing team are working with and supporting local partners in identifying, mitigating and monitoring the impact of the response to COVID19 on health inequalities in our region

This event will be hosted online via Microsoft Teams and will be free of charge. Places will be limited. Please visit the Eventbrite page for further details of the event, including how to register.