Learning from Covid-19: what does the future hold for public health?

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  • Posted:Thursday 30 September 2021

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The Covid-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on the public health system and the people who work in it like never before. Helen McKenna sits down with Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health in Liverpool and Tracy Daszkiewicz, Deputy Director of Population Health and Wellbeing at Public Health England, to explore what they’ve learnt from their experiences during the pandemic and, at a time of reform for public health and the wider health and care system, what the future holds for public health.

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