Friday 12 March – 10:00 – 12:30 (GMT)
BioAirNet is organising a stakeholders workshop on policy and public engagement, covering communication of evidence for healthy environments. The event will focus on the range of issues identified by participants, how best to communicate these and subsequently how to embed the findings into a roadmap for legislation and improved practice.
We are keen to involve participants from diverse background and interest advancing our understanding of the public perception of BioPM risk and engagement with wider practitioners and stakeholders to gauge their requirements and feedback to policy.
Workshop agenda (All times in GMT)
|10:00||Introduction to BioAirNet Theme 4 and workshop objectives||Gill Drew (Cranfield University)|
|10:15||Break out 1: How are BioPM relevant to you in your role and what issues arise out of this?|
|10:40||Overview of inhaled allergens||Catherine Sutton (Airborne Allergy Action)|
|11:00||Break out 2: How do we communicate to practitioners and the wider community?|
|11:25||Engagement and communication in support of improved regulation||Rob Kinnersley (Environment Agency)|
|11:45||Break out 3: What further activities should be part of this Theme? How would you like to engage with the Network?|
|12:10||Wrap up and future directions||Mark Lemon (DeMontfort University)|
|12:30||End of the workshop|