Today at the annual PHE conference we announced new data showing that cancers in England are being diagnosed earlier. The proportion of people with cancer diagnosed as an emergency has fallen, despite a rise in the overall numbers of cases. …
Professor Julia Verne is a Consultant in Public Health Medicine with over 20 years’ experience working across various NHS organisations and the Department of Health on regional, national and international initiatives. She is the Clinical Lead for PHE’s National End of Life Care Intelligence Network and is leading the development of the Liver Disease Framework for PHE. Julia trained at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine under Professor Dame Shelia Sherlock. She has a wide range of interest in liver disease ranging from improving the quality and availability of information on liver disease through opportunities for prevention to improving end of life care for people dying from liver disease. She is also interested in ethical dilemmas in liver disease.
Liver disease has changed over the years but my commitment to reducing deaths hasn’t. I’ve had a fascination and passion for treating and preventing it since I was a medical student, training at the Royal Free School of Medicine under …
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