The CFHS annual networking conference took place on 25 October in Glasgow. Thank you to all those that attended and contributed to this ‘sharing patter’ event, particularly to our speakers: Brenda Black: Equality Nutrition; Michael Craig: NHS Health Scotland; Dr Andrea Tonner: University of Strathclyde; and to our chair: Susan Kennedy: NHS Forth Valley.
Delegates took part in a range of workshops and had plenty of opportunities to network and share patter.
Powerpoint presentations from the speakers and the workshops are available below:
Sharing: improving community outcomes – Brenda Black, Equality Nutrition
Using food to share patter and using patter to make connections – Dr Andrea Tonner, University of Strathclyde
Sharing an enthusiasm for cooking skills
Common grounds on community cafes
Menu for Change: cash, rights, food
Good food nation: a growing response
– Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens
– Peebles CAN
– Woodlands Community Garden
Growing your social media presence
Diet and obesity strategy: current thinking
Older people and food