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Greater Manchester Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme – Stakeholder Events

The Greater Manchester Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme is running a series of Stakeholder Events in June.

 

This new programme has been commissioned by Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. Its aim is to deliver a community sector-led approach to improve the uptake of cancer screening programmes and reduce the incidence of cancers.  It will achieve this by engaging, mobilising and working with local communities.   As part of this work, we are inviting local stakeholders to attend sessions that are relevant to their role and interests.

 

The event themes are as follows:

  • Cancer Screening Services Event (4th June)
  • Training and Support Event (18th June)
  • Research and Evaluation Event (18th June)

 

At each event, you will be given an update about the GM Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme.  We will also be sharing examples of best practice and inviting participants to contribute their own ideas and experiences in relation to the event topic. This co-production will help inform each of the three key work streams within the programme.

 

Screening Services 4th June: 9.30am-12.30pm:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/screening-services-stakeholder-session-greater-manchester-cancer-screening-and-engagement-programme-tickets-60918905085

 

Training and Support 18th June: 9.30am-12.30pm

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-and-support-stakeholder-session-greater-manchester-cancer-screening-and-engagement-tickets-60922300240

 

Research and Evaluation 18th June  1.30-4.30pm

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evaluation-and-research-what-works-stakeholder-session-greater-manchester-cancer-screening-and-tickets-60921958217

 

 

All events will take place at Kings House Conference Centre in Manchester.

 

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