Health and Wellbeing Conference


10:00am-12pm, Thursday 19 August 2021
Via Zoom

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In association with: Breathe TherapiesCG Professional Lancashire Mind and Nugent Sante

As we emerge from the pandemic and head 'back to work', health and wellbeing remains at the top of the agenda for employers.

With furlough due to end in September, the Lancashire Health and Wellbeing Conference is perfectly timed to help and support both employers and employees as workforces prepare for the changes that lie ahead.

This event will bring together experts in the field and businesses who have risen to the challenge to ensure their workforce has remained happy and healthy throughout the pandemic. It will offer insight, advice and support to the Lancashire business community as we now look to the future.

The event will feature panel discussions, break out interviews and the opportunity to ask questions.

The themes:

Panel A: The People Strategies

Communication and Engagement

Who’s checking in on the leaders?

Panel B: The Corporate Strategies

Furlough, Vaccines and Returning to Work

Innovative Solutions

Confirmed speakers

Professor Dominic Harrison, director of public health and wellbeing, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council will join us in a special one-to-one interview at this event.



Panel A

Shelley Perry, clinical director and RMN,
Breathe Therapies

Tommy Mcllravey, chief executive officer, 
Lancashire Mind

Dr Adrian Wright, deputy head of the school of management and the director of iROWE (Institute for Research into Organisations, Work and Employment),
University of Central Lancashire
Tony Garner, managing director,
Viva PR
Panel B
Julie Blinkho, director, Business Health Institute Heather Aust, partner, CG Professional
David Gorton, partner, PM+M Paul Nugent, chief executive officer, Santé Group 

If you’re a Lancashire employer or you work in the health and wellbeing sector this is a must-attend event.

This event will be covered in the September/October issue of Lancashire Business View magazine as the Health and Wellbeing Report.

More speakers to be confirmed shortly.

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