A cuppa with...Dr Daisy Fancourt, Associate Professor, UCL

16 September

We invite you to join us for a (virtual) cuppa, the chance to hear how a public service organisation is innovating during the pandemic.

A cuppa with Y Lab is part panel, part Q&A, part randomised coffee trial.

We want to give a platform to the stories of innovation that have emerged in public services during lockdown. We also want to give people the chance to meet and network.

On 1st December, we will have a conversation with Dr Daisy Fancourt, Associate Professor of Behavioural Science and Health at UCL. Daisy's research focuses on the effects of social and cultural participation on health. Daisy is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health and the Chair of their Special Interest Group on Arts & Health. She established and chairs the International Arts Health Early Career Research Network, the UKRI MARCH Network. She will be in conversations with Rosie Dow,  Programme Manager for HARP, Y Lab's arts and health innovation programme.


Event Details

Date: Tuesday 1st December

Time: 3pm - 3.55pm


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About the 'Cuppa with' events

Who are the events for?

Anyone who is interested in public services in Wales. They might particularly appeal to those who are working in local government, housing, health and social care or community settings and who have an interest in innovation. 

How it works

3pm - Intro to the session

3.05 pm - Panel Part 1 - How has the pandemic forced you to innovate?

3.20 pm - Randomised Coffee Trial - we'll split into breakouts for a quick chat/networking opportunity.

3.30 pm - Panel part 2 - Innovating into the future - what's next?

How do you see innovation playing a part in the near and medium-term future for you?

3.45 pm - Q&A

3.55pm - Finish

How do I sign up?

Use the registration link to confirm you attendance with Eventbrite. We will be in touch with joining instructions before the event. If you have any questions about participating or would like further details, please email [email protected]


Register for A cuppa with...Dr Daisy Fancourt