Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, local government, health, education and other public services have sought to make sure that vulnerable children are protected. As we look ahead, these children and their families remain central to our public health plans and ambitions.
Peter Bradley has been a Director of Public Health for over 10 years and now works as Director Knowledge and intelligence in Public Health England as well has having honorary professor of public health post in University of Swansea and Cardiff. After training as a doctor, he worked in child health and general practice, then specialised in public health. He has worked in academic and service public health in England, Wales and Norway. He has a particular interest in the use of knowledge and intelligence to drive public health practice.
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