A series of Public Health seminars open to students, academic staff, the wider public health workforce and the public will be held at the University of Chester.    Hosted by the Faculty of Health and Social Care, the seminars, which have the theme of Sharing Public Health learning experience, will all take place at the Riverside Campus and are free to attend.

Friday, April 7 – Professor Paul Cosford CB, Director of Public Health England, will talk about leading strategies dealing with health inequalities and health improvement.

Friday, May 5 – Asmait Yohannes, Vice-Chair of Nursing, Clinical Director of Ambulatory Surgery, at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, will discuss executive leadership and US healthcare systems.

Friday, May 12 – Professor Alex Scott-Samuel, Visiting Professor of Public Health at the University of Chester, will explore international policy perspective of health impact assessment.

To book a place email m.rimmer@chester.ac.uk Room details will be given nearer the time.

For more information about the lectures contact Dr Andi Mabhala on a.mabhala@chester.ac.uk