Executive Conference



 

Healthy ageing and business – Wednesday 21st July

09:00


Opening Keynote: “Don’t waste a good crisis” Building mental health and wellbeing into economic recovery plans

09:30


Opening Keynote: Healthy inside and out – helping employees and consumers live healthy, fulfilled lives

10:00


Break

11:30


Business Roundtables: Workplace policies and practices to improve employee health and wellbeing
Each host will give a brief case study followed by moderated discussion. Participants attend two roundtables of 45 minutes each. Case studies
look at how workplaces are innovating employee health and wellbeing in a post-COVID era.

13:00


Lunch

14:30


Executive Panel: “Wellness for prevention” - the opportunity for consumer health to deliver population-wide lifestyle improvement

  • Understanding the wellness economy including how consumer attitudes to health and wellness are changing
  • How are consumer health companies taking responsibility for inclusive population health, ensuring that people have access to products and education regardless of socioeconomic status
  • Examining education vs incentives and how to elicit behaviour-change
  • What is the role of technology in bringing consumer health to a wider subset of the population, and what clever ideas have been trialled to date?

15:15


Executive Panel: The responsibility employers have for employee wellbeing, and practical ideas for change in a post-pandemic era

  • How have workplace expectations for health and wellbeing changed post-COVID? How business-critical is it?
  • Beyond business, what is the responsibility that employers have to their employees’ health and wellbeing? How does that responsibility sit alongside individual and government responsibility?
  • Does Big Picture thinking really filter down, or does work get in the way? What has worked to drive a genuinely company-wide transformation to focus on health and wellbeing of employees?
  • What are the potential pitfalls to be considered and addressed?

16:00


Break

16:30


Investors Choice Pitches: How consumer health start-ups are addressing population health and wellbeing from the ground up
The five most highly rated start-up presentations from Day 1 on the main floor will be presented to the executive audience, across beauty and personal care, nutrition, lifestyle and fitness, mental health and women’s health.

17:30


Closing keynote: Turning a personal experience into an employee wellbeing strategy

18:00


Networking reception

Healthspan policy - Thursday 22nd July

09:00


Opening keynote: Adding years to life and life to years – how the UK are planning to add five healthy years of life by 2035

09:30


Opening keynote: Decade of Healthy Ageing 2020-2030 – an inclusive vision for people in all countries to live longer, healthier lives

10:00


Break

11:30


Country Roundtables: Global commitment to preventative health and healthy ageing
Each host will give a brief case study followed by moderated discussion. Participants attend two roundtables of 45 minutes each. Case studies look at how assorted organisations around the world are implementing preventative health policies and practices.

13:00


Lunch

14:30


Executive Panel: Improving healthcare systems – infectious disease, chronic disease, and screening

  • Examining the impact of COVID-19 on population health and health systems. What did we learn, what has changed, and what still needs work? What will we do differently next time?
  • Looking at chronic disease management within healthcare systems including what is working and areas for improvement
  • How to improve the reach of screening programmes
  • Is integration the answer? A look at localised vs centralised healthcare systems and how to optimise population health using the best of both worlds

15:15


Executive Panel: Driving healthy behaviour change at a policy level

  • What drives behaviour change to facilitate better population health? Is education enough? What intervention policies are needed?
  • A look at success stories from around the world – considering goals, messaging, stakeholder collaboration and policy change
  • How to work with the wellness economy to support responsible direct-to-consumer health interventions
  • How might government drive employer health and wellbeing priorities to get the best possible outcome for population health?

16:00


Break

16:30


Investors Choice Pitches: How consumer health start-ups are addressing population health and wellbeing from the ground up
The five most highly rated start-up presentations from Day 2 on the main floor will be presented to the executive audience, across beauty and personal care, nutrition, lifestyle and fitness, mental health and women’s health.

17:30


Closing keynote: Key steps for a multi-sectorial health and wellbeing strategy for preventative health

18:00


End of Congress

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