Chair: Phil Satherley, RSPH, Policy Manager
- Linda Hindle OBE, Deputy Chief Allied Health Profession Officer for England
Linda Hindle (OBE) is the Deputy Chief Allied Health Professional Officer for England and National Engagement Lead for Police, Fire and Ambulance Services. She works for the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities in the Department of Health and Social Care; leading work to champion the contribution of the 14 Allied Health Professions, Fire, Ambulance and Police services to improving the public’s health and wellbeing across England.
She is a co-founder of AHPs4PH, a social media community of practice for AHPs with an interest in public health and co-founder of the police and public health collaborative.
Linda has previously worked as a consultant dietitian as well as in commissioning and service management. She has experience of working in and with Local Authority, NHS, private sector, research and education organisations.
- Dr Chloe Sellwood, Deputy Head Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response NHS England – London
Dr Chloe Sellwood is the Associate Director, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response (EPRR) for NHS England – London. Chloe has 15 years’ experience in the public sector health arena and is passionate about ensuring emergency planning and response is equitable and inclusive of all our diverse populations.
She has published books and papers on a range of EPRR subjects.
- Nazreen Iqbal, Health Inequalities Lead, Integrated Stroke Delivery Networks – Yorkshire and Humber
Nazreen Iqbal is the Health Inequalities Lead for the Integrated Stroke Delivery Networks in the Yorkshire and Humber region hosted by the West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB).
She has worked in various public health related fields such as sexual health, obesity, oral health promotion, mental health and now works in stroke health inequalities.
- William Roberts, RSPH, CEO
William Roberts joined RSPH as the Chief Executive at the end of June 2022. Joining from the Innovation Unit as Director of Health Inequalities, Impact and Learning.
Previously William has been a senior leader in the NHS across roles in public health, strategy, transformation and planning. He is a registered nurse who has worked in both hospital and community services, and as a nurse specialist in tuberculosis and HIV.
William is Deputy Chair of the Terrence Higgins Trust and a Non- Executive Director of Housing 21 and POBL – two large housing and care providers. He brings a wealth of experience across public health and inequalities from the NHS, third sector, social care, housing, local government and further education to RSPH.
The wider public health workforce plays a vital role in supporting and delivering public health across a huge range of settings and can be broadly defined as “any individual who is not a specialist or practitioner in public health but has the opportunity or ability to positively impact health and wellbeing through their work”. Throughout 2023, RSPH has been engaging with the wider public health workforce to find out about the challenges they face and how they might be better supported around career development and delivering public health.
During this webinar, insight from the engagement, the key issues affecting the wider public health workforce – including career development and recognition will be discussed along with the solutions.