Click on the 'Enter Event' button above the 'Buy Tickets' button above and enter the email address you registered with. The first time you log in you will be asked to create a password, which will then allow you to enter the virtual event hub, where you can access the recordings of the sessions and workshops. Find the session you'd like to watch in the 'Lobby' area, and then click 'View the recording' next to the session.
In a rapidly urbanised world struggling to adapt to a climate crisis and the public health emergency of a
global health pandemic, the ability of our cities and governments to keep all citizens safe and well has never been under greater scrutiny. Public health professionals, scientists, urban planners, architects and policymakers must now speak with one voice on the need to make our cities more resilient in the face of far-reaching,
All sessions will be streamed ‘live’ but available ‘on-demand’ as recordings for 30 days after the congress ends within the virtual event site. Please note that you will only have access to the recordings for the days that you attend. The congress will also feature a knowledge space of exhibitors and event partners – as well as the ability for attendees to create their own personal profile and network via live chat and messaging, and video 1-2-1 meetings.
We’re delighted to offer a fantastic 15% saving on four-day tickets to members of our event partners.
Our full list of event partners for the Healthy City Design 2020 Congress is as follows:
Click here to apply for a discount code or contact the event partner direct.
Free keynote speaker book with all four-day tickets
And the offers don’t stop there. Anyone who wishes to purchase a four-day ticket will also receive a FREE copy of keynote speaker Lord Crisp’s new book, Health is made at home, hospitals are for repairs.
Published by SALUS in June 2020, the book tells the stories of many different ‘health creators’ who are challenging our assumptions about health. Lord Crisp will be delivering a keynote talk on the book and its key themes in the opening plenary session on Tuesday 1 December.
As Health is made at home explains, while recognising the heroic efforts of NHS frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been up to us, the general public, how far and how fast the virus spreads. There will still be a vital role for us when this pandemic is over because the NHS can’t by itself deal with many of today’s major health problems such as loneliness, stress, obesity, poverty and addictions. It can only react, doing the repairs but not dealing with the underlying causes.
Health is made at home challenges us to set aside our normal assumptions and take off our NHS spectacles to see the world differently and take control of our health. And it calls for a new partnership between the NHS, government and the public to build a healthy and health-creating society.
• If you’re a member of one of our event partners and eligible for our 15% discount offer on four-day tickets, click here to apply for a discount code or contact the event partner direct.