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Members to debate profession’s future at AGM

EHN online01/07/2011 - 11:00

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This year’s annual CIEH meeting will give members the chance to influence the future direction of their professional body, said Sharon Smith, strategic projects director.

It will feature mini discussion groups, in which members can review services, EHN, new curriculum proposals, commercial and international environmental health and other topics. Each group will be led by a facilitator and members will be able to participate in up to three sessions.

Ms Smith said: ‘While there is a significant amount of formal business to conduct at the annual meeting, we have very much tried to complement this with a broad programme of ‘member-oriented’ activities, including debates, workshops and discussions covering a range of topics affec­ting environmental health, the profession and the proposal to change the CIEH’s governance structure.’

Speakers will include Graham Russell, chief executive, Local Better Regulation Office and John Coleman, executive coach of the Plover Partnership.

Mr Russell will talk about the challenges facing regulatory bodies in light of reforms, including the extension of the primary authority scheme, new ways of working and the future of co-regulation.

The meeting, at the CIEH London headquarters on 21 July, is free to all members and eligible for CPD.


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