Sorry to hear about the leg. I was hoping to catch up with you in Brighton.
Could we book a time to talk about the Prevention/Public Health agenda which seems to be in the slow lane?
> On 12 Sep 2019, at 14:52, Sally Zlotowitz <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear Comm Psych folk,
> For those who are attending the BPS Community Psychology festival (in partnership with the University of Brighton) tomorrow & Saturday - have a wonderful time. Here is the link to the abstracts for the sessions at the festival:
> I'm sure you'll agree there is a lot to get your teeth into. Thank you so much for those of you who have contributed to the exciting programme and to BPS committee members, the team in Brighton and the wider community for organising & hosting the festival.
> Sadly, due to a recently acquired broken leg, I am no longer able to attend - but please do say hello to BPS Community Psychology section committee members who will be there - Carl Walker, Anna Zoli, Katie Wright-Bevan, Zeynab El-Murad, Rebecca Lawthom, Carolyn Kagan & Skye Davies and feel free to have a chat about what ideas you might have for the BPS section's activities if of interest. Or discuss what it's like being on the committee - in case you might consider joining us next year :-).
> Best wishes
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