* 1. Overall, how do you rate the quality of the conference?

* 2. To what extent did the conference fulfil your professional development expectations?

* 3. To what extent did the conference fulfil your networking expectations?

* 4. What were your reasons for attending the conference?

* 5. Overall, was the conference good value for money?

* 6. Please rate the plenary sessions you attended.

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Opening plenary day 1:  The role of evidence in public health reform at a national and local level
Closing plenary day 1:  Planetary health - how can public health save the planet
Opening plenary day 2: Global health - how does public health work in a challenging world
Plenary day 2 (late morning):  Public health leadership in local communities
Closing plenary day 2:  Public health question time

* 7. Day 1 - morning sessions: If you attended one of the following please rate the session you attended

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Building a resilient public health workforce
Regulations and legislations for public health
Our communities at the heart of improving wellbeing: community centred approaches to improving public health in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin
Grace Under Fire - Global Violence prevention special interest group
Public health need – filling the evidence gaps in local government
Specialty registrar showcase home leg
Non-communicable diseases in low income countries: evidence based interventions to reduce impact of the tobacco, alcohol and food industries - Public Health Africa SIG

* 8. Day 1 - early afternoon sessions: If you attended one of the following please rate the session you attended

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Global public health
Understanding smoking behavior and supporting tobacco control
21st century public health: improving health and wellbeing and saving money by turning ideas into practice that also support sustainable development - Sustainable Development SIG
Modern slavery / forced labour (film session)
Prevention and equity in later life: where do we stand?
Specialty registrar showcase Away leg
Everything you ever wanted to know about the “UK five-year forward view of mental health – and the prevention concordat for better mental health” - Mental Health SIG

* 9. If you attended the NICE round table event please rate your satisfaction

* 10. Day 1 - late afternoon sessions: If you attended one of the following please rate the session you attended

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Engaging communities for a good start in life
Food, fast cars and fracking – where’s the good citizen?
Research in action
Dolce agonia (sugar agony) (film session)
Assessing age-friendly cities: tools and engagement
Road danger reduction – establishing a new transport injury prevention network as part of the FPH Transport SIG
A coalition of partners to strengthen public health capacities and services across the European Region

* 11. Day 2  - morning sessions:  If you attended one of the following please rate the session you attended

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Sex relationships and reproductive health
Pests and pollution – helping to protect
Reflective notes made easy - CPD Committee
I, Daniel Blake (film session)
Improving the mental health of young lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people: using public health leadership to tackle homophobic bullying in schools
Health improvement committee: marketing food to children - what should the FPH Policy be?
Ethical foundations for public health law: implications for policy and practice - Public Health Ethics SIG

* 12. Day 2  - afternoon sessions:  If you attended one of the following please rate the session you attended

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Improving dementia and wellbeing support
Partnerships across the community – doing it together
Our communities at the heart of improving wellbeing - community centred approaches to improving public health in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin
Up for Air - Exercise film
Equality and diversity
What Wales is doing today the world will do tomorrow
Public Health Workforce workshop

* 13. If you attended a special interest group AGM please rate the session you attended

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Public Health India
Public Health Africa
Public Health Pakistan
Mental Health

* 14. If you attended the public and poster exhibition walks, please comment below.

* 15. Did you attend the Faculty of Public Health's Annual General Meeting?

 
Yes
No

* 16. What would you like to see included in next year's annual conference? Please give us your thoughts on topics you'd like to see covered and on the conference format/style.

* 17. How useful was the conference website?

* 18. How useful was the conference app?

* 19. In the interests of sustainability, how would you like to have the delegate pack presented at future conferences?

* 20. How would you rate the ease/efficiency of the registration process?

* 21. How convenient was the location of the conference venue?

* 22. How would you rate the quality/variety of catering/refreshments?

* 23. How would you rate the conference venue and its facilities?

* 24. Please tell us anything else about your experience of the FPH conference 2017

* 25. Please tell us if you are interested in joining any of the following Special Interest Groups

* 26. Would you like to receive a conference attendance certificate?

* 27. To receive information on special interest groups or to receive a conference attendance certificate please enter your full name and email address.

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