This is the second in a series of blogs summarising what we learn each time we update the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF).
Sabrina Safo is a Public Health Intelligence Analyst and spends half her time in the Epidemiology and Surveillance (non-communicable diseases) team and the other half in the South East Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service (LKIS). In the Epidemiology and Surveillance team she supports updates to the Health Profiles online tool and production of the annual Health Profiles. With the LKIS team she carries out ad hoc requests from local authorities in the South East region for Hospital Episode Statistics data and data collation on a number of public health topics. Prior to this, Sabrina worked in the South East Centre as support for the Dental, Healthcare and Specialised Public Health Consultants. She holds an MSc in Public Health Nutrition.
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