Delegate Journey

At the recent 2010 Annual Forum in Bournemouth, we launched a new project called ‘Delegate Journey’.

The overall aim of the delegate journey project is to assess the long term, ongoing value of the Annual Forum in the eyes of our delegates. It will help us to ensure the Forum remains relevant and useful for our delegates in the future. The results of which will be used as part of UKPHA’s future Forum development.

We interviewed a range of delegates at this year’s Forum, from varying public health backgrounds and sectors. We have included their delegate journey ‘category’ on each delegate journey write up which also includes their UKPHA/Forum experience.

We are very grateful to the delegates who took part in the project this year and we look forward to catching up with them all later this year to see whether they feel their attendance at the Forum has been valuable to their work in public health.

If you are interested in taking part in a future Delegate Journey interview, please contact Sarah Willan, Conference Development Consultant.

Who attends

The Forum welcomes everyone who is involved in promoting the public’s health and well-being, including:

What will they learn?

The Forum provides unique opportunities to learn about:

Why Attend?

CPD Points application

As of 2008, The Faculty of Public Health has changed the way that delegates can claim CPD points for their attendance at the Forum. Delegates need to write a reflective note explaining their learning experience and send directly to the FPH.

Delegate Rates

Delegate registration for the 2011 Forum will open in September 2010.

To ensure that you are kept up to date with all Forum developments make sure you sign up to receive our e-newsletter, using the button to the right hand side of the screen.

Delegate rates have been held since 2006.

Conference Fees range from £200-£255 for 1 day attendance and from £320-£420 for full conference attendance. There are discounts available for UKPHA members and an early bird rate.


Early Bird Rate

Booking Rate

One day registration for UKPHA members 



Two day registration for UKPHA members 



One day registration for non-members 



Two day registration for non-members



N.B. There is a 50% discount available to voluntary and community workers, full time students, those retired or unwaged as well as for small charity organisations. Please note - this is a not for profit conference. Delegate fees have been set at a level to ensure the conference ‘breaks even.’

Not a member of the UKPHA?

If you are not a member of the UKPHA and would like to benefit from discounted delegate rates, play a more integral role in influencing the agenda for public health, have access to a wealth of resources and publications relevant to your profession and the opportunity to get involved in our special interest groups.