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Joint Public Health Conference "Healthy Planet, Healthy People"
The 2022 Joint North South Public Health Conference is taking place online on Wednesday, 30 November from 10am-4pm with scheduled breaks.

This year’s conference, ‘Healthy Planet, Healthy People’, will focus on how the global climate crisis is impacting our health.

Nov 30, 2022 10:00 AM in London

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Sir Patrick Vallance
Government Chief Scientific Adviser
Sir Patrick Vallance FRS FMedSci FRCP is Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA), National Technology Adviser (NTA) and Head of the Government Science and Engineering (GSE) Profession. His personal research was in the area of diseases of blood vessels and endothelial biology.
Dr. Maria Neira
Director, Public Health, Environment and Social Determinants of Health Department (PHE) @World Health Organization
Dr Neira is the Director of the Department of Public Health and Environment at the World Health Organization (WHO). She was appointed in 1999 as Director of the Department of Control, Prevention and Eradication at WHO. Prior to that, Dr Neira had been working for WHO in Geneva since 1993, as Coordinator of the Global Task Force on Cholera Control.
Dr Nick Watts
Chief Sustainability Officer @NHS
Dr Nick Watts is the Chief Sustainability Officer of the NHS, responsible for its commitment to deliver a world-class net zero emission health service. He leads the Greener NHS team, which focuses on improving the health of patients and the public through a robust and accelerated response to climate change and the broader sustainability agenda.
Professor John Barry
Professor of Green Political Economy @Queen's University Belfast
John Barry is Professor of Green Political Economy in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queens University Belfast.
Dr Jenny Mack
Public Health Medicine Consultant @Institute of Public Health
Dr Jenny Mack is a Public Health Medicine Consultant with the Institute of Public Health. Jenny’s work involves the interpretation and communication of evidence to inform public policy, and primarily focuses on the social and environmental determinants of health.