The morning plenary sessions will consist of presentations on football, health and wellbeing, and how sport venues can address mental health and inclusivity issues. A special presentation from Nancy Hey, Director at What Works Centre for Wellbeing, will discuss how wellbeing indicators can be used in community sport interventions.
The first breakout session will provide delegates with the opportunity to hear presentations on either: Active Travel and Spectatorship (B1A); Tobacco Control Policies & Alcohol Sponsorship in Sport (B1B); or Mental Health First Aid & Positive Mental Health in Men (B1C).
After lunch, delegates will be able to choose from three further breakout sessions focusing on: Catering Options at Sports Venues and Childhood Obesity Interventions (B2A); Physical Activity Interventions for Men (B2B); or Programme Design, Evaluation & Outcome Measurement (B2C).
Plenary Session 3 & 4 will explore promoting health and physical activity at grassroots levels and delivering positive health outcomes through mega events respectively. The afternoon session will feature an additional special presentation given by Sarah Ruane, National Strategic Lead for Health at Sport England, on their new physical activity strategy and new funding streams