About this event

  • Date and time Wed 29 Jun 2022 from 7:00pm to 8:05pm
  • Location Online

Register here to join our In Conversation Live with Professor Yvonne Doyle

Yvonne Doyle CB FMedSci, currently the NHS Medical Director for Public Health, will discuss with Professor Roger Kirby her role in leading the public health national function within the NHS. Her most recent roles were Medical Director & Director of Health Protection in Public Health England (2019-21), and PHE Regional Director for London (2013-19). Yvonne has acted as Statutory Adviser to two Mayors of London. She qualified as a doctor and has worked for over 30 years in senior roles in the NHS and the UK Department of Health, and in the academic and independent sectors.

She has acted as an adviser to the WHO on Healthy Cities and continues to take a research interest in urban health and the environment.

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*There may be slight changes to the discussion points or the advertised start and end times of this webinar, subject to Yvonne Doyle's work requirements.

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