Feedback quotes from Health & Wellbeing Lecture Series

‘Interactive lecture… containing useful techniques to use and able to take back into the workplace and apply’
‘Lecturers were enthusiastic about their subject matter and also interacted well’
‘Interesting lectures, great knowledge of speakers, well prepared, good answers to open floor questions’
‘Interesting and useful topic to enhance my daily working practice’
‘These lectures provided me with the inspiration to go back to work more hopefully and creatively with the people in my care’
‘All the lectures have been thought provoking and encouraged me to want to learn more about each subject’
'Being an educator myself the evenings were very informative and yet informal enough to allow the audience to feel able to participate'

Session 7: Healthy Ageing

Muscle loss in ageing and disease- Dr Andrew Lemmey

Nutrition and Healthy Ageing -Penny Cowley

Top Tips For Eating Healthily And Food Shopping on a Budget

Nutrition and Healthy Ageing- Penny Cowley

Session 6: Mindfulness

Living Mindfully - Sarah Silverton

Session 5: Dementia

What can we learn from people with Alzheimer’s disease? - Professor Bob Woods

Session 4: Chronic Disease Management

Illness Beliefs, Responses and Outcomes: Applied Health Psychology- Dr Val Morrison

Chronic Disease Management and Exercise- Victoria Hyland

Session 3: Nutrition in Children

The Food Dudes Healthy Eating Programme: Changing Children’s Eating Habits for Life- Dr Sally Pears

Session 2: Stress Management

Dealing with Stress: Some Lessons from Elite Sport -Professor Lew Hardy

Session 1: Children and Families/ Incredible years

Incredible Years: Evidenced based interventions for promoting social and emotional wellbeing in children and families- Dr Tracey Bywater

Needs of Looking After Children- Debbie Williams