For our series on politics, advocacy and activism we interview our guest Dr. Suzanne Bartington, an academic registrar in the West Mids talks about her experience at the interface between public health, academia and political office as elected councillor.
For the first episode of a series on politics and advocacy Dino Motti interviews Kitty Mohan, a former registrar in London who has distinguished herself as an elected representative within the British Medical Association and beyond and has recently started her new role as CCDC in London.
We interview Andrew Dalton, Public Health Registrar in the West Midlands who just completed a national treasure placement at the Department of Health working on the Chief Medical Officer Annual report for 2018.
A chat with Tom Fowler, Deputy Chief Scientist at Genomics England, and Anneke Seller, Scientific Director of the National Genomics Education Program. A special episode in occasion of the HEE Masterclass dedicated to Genomics. (more info here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hee-west-mids-masterclass-genomics-its-implications-for-public-health-tickets-36748062444)
In this episode we flip the microphone and interview the creative force that has been behind the TiPH podcast for the last two years, Shamil Haroon. We discuss about the experience of producing the podcast while reflecting on the future of this project and the directions of the medium... and perform a handover to a new generation of curators.
In this episode, Claire Cheminade, Janet Flint, and Ged Byrne discuss Making Every Contact Count (MECC), and other approaches to behaviour change. Ged Byrne - Dean and Director of Education and Quality for Health Education England Janet Flint - Programme Lead, Population Health and Prevention – National Programmes Health Education England Claire Cheminade - Senior Project Manager, Population Health and Prevention - National Programmes Health Education England Links Making Every Contact...
In this episode the president of the Faculty of Public Health Professor John Middleton gives advice to public health specialty trainees on making good use of their training and preparing for the jobs of the future.