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Gregor Henderson: Why 'Wellbeing' Matters

At a Glance
Date: Monday 28 February 2011
Time: 5pm to 6pm
Location: Room A0.42, Medical School Building
Open To: Staff
Cost: Free (registration required)
Summary: Seminar, where Gregor Henderson will present on Why 'wellbeing' matters and why it will have an increasing relevance to healthcare policy and its delivery.

Gregor Henderson traces the development and influence of the growing science and practice of 'wellbeing' in public health policy and why there is a growing movement of support in policy and practice circles for an emphasis on wellbeing as a complement to treating and supporting illness.

In order to facilitate this seminar please let Chloe Elston know if you are planning to attend:
c.elston@warwick.ac.uk ext 74530

Biography

Gregor works as an adviser and consultant to a number of UK and overseas Government Departments, public, NGO and private sector organisations on mental health and wellbeing. He is currently working with the National Mental Health Development Unit in England leading a programme of work on wellbeing and population mental health in support of national mental health policy and its implementation.