UCL Population Health Sciences


Public Health Voices Event Series

‘Public Health Voices’ is a webinar series, open to all, which aims to engage with and showcase the importance of interdisciplinarity in public health research and training.

By working together with multiple disciplines, and in collaboration with local communities, local government, the NHS, the third sector, and industry, we can have a real impact on public health research and practice.

Past events

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The UCL Faculty of Population Health Sciences’ experts who attended COP27, discuss climate change, health and justice, and what needs to be done to take action towards achieving the world's collective climate goals as agreed under the Paris Agreement and the Convention.
The panel consisted of Dr Marina Raminella, Executive Director of the Lancet Countdown and Mita Huq, promoter of climate and health justice. The event was chaired by Prof Anthony Costello.

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In this webinar, we welcomed Professor Dame Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and former Deputy Chief Medical Officer, to find out more about UKHSA and their role in protecting the country from Covid and future pandemics.

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In this webinar, hosted by Dr Xand van Tulleken, humanitarian experts reflect on the past year, discuss the practical dilemmas humanitarians face today, and why different skillsets and disciplines are essential for responding and preventing humanitarian emergencies. 

The panel consisted of Dr Maria Kett (Programme Director for the new Humanitarian Policy and Practice MSc), Dr Yulia Ioffe (UCL Inst for Risk & Disaster Reduction)Elias Pavlopoulos (UK-Med)Phil Duloy (Independent consultant) and Anna Landry (The Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies).