Consultant in Public Health Medicine
Dulcie is a Consultant in Public Health Medicine. She has degrees in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University and Medicine from UCL. She also has an MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Before starting public health training she worked in clinical medicine gaining experience in a number of specialties. She has since worked in primary care trusts looking at healthcare service reconfiguration and commissioning public health services. Dulcie’s current role is with the Department of Health as Public Health and Service Development Lead for the Family Nurse Partnership, an early intervention programme for young mothers.
Dulcie has an interest in inequalities in healthcare and translating evidence-based interventions into practice.
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