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public health specialist


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public health specialist

public health specialist

specialist community public health nurse n.

specialist community public health nurse n.

specialist community public health nurse n.

Changes for specialists III: The establishment of multidisciplinary higher specialist training in public health

Four Changes for specialists I: Setting up a multidisciplinary public health senior appointments process

Track 2: Workshop: Strengthening the European Public Health—what expertise can you get from the medical specialist in public health

Psychological health and well-being: why and how should public health specialists measure it? Part 2: stress, subjective well-being and overall conclusions

POCOCK, Herbert Innes (1861 - 1947), Specialist in Dental Surgery, Aldershot Army Corps; Hon. Fellow, Royal Institute of Public Health

COID, Donald Routledge (born 1953), consultant and specialist in medical administration and public health medicine, since 1985; Director, Donald Coid Consultants Pty Ltd, since 2012

Psychological health and well-being: why and how should public health specialists measure it? Part 1: rationale and methods of the investigation, and review of psychiatric epidemiology

AYLWARD, Mansel (born 1942), Professor of Psychosocial and Disability Research and Director, Centre for Psychosocial and Disability Research, since 2004, Professor of Public Health Education, School of Medicine, since 2012, and Specialist Adviser to the Vice Chancellor on International Engagement, since 2013, Cardiff University; Chair, Public Health Wales NHS Trust, since 2009

LYSTER, Robert Arthur (died 1955), Lecturer in Public Health and in Forensic Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital (London University), 1911–41; Member of Faculty of Medicine and Board of Studies in Hygiene in the University of London; VP Medical Defence Union, 1911–42; Member Medical Board, Lord Mayor Treloar’s Hospital, Alton; Chairman Nat. Soc. for Prevention of Venereal Disease; Member Public Health Advisory Committee of Labour Party; contested (Lab.) Winchester, 1929 and 1931, Preston, 1935; Lab. Mem. Bournemouth Town Council, 1929–46; Pres. Hants and Isle of Wight Federation Labour Parties, 1930–40; late County MO, Hants; also Chief School MO and Chief Tuberculosis Officer, 1908–29; Editor of Public Health, 1918–25; Pres. Association of County Medical Officers of Health, 1926–27; Specialist Sanitary Officer for Barracks and Camps and Venereal Diseases Officer, in Winchester Area, S. Comd, 1914–18; Member Advisory Com. for the Welfare of Blind Persons (Ministry of Health); Member of Ministry of Health Com. on Sewage Disposal

SHANKS, S(eymour) Cochrane (1893 - 1980), Consulting Radiologist to University College Hospital; late Lecturer in Radiology, University College Hospital Medical School (Dean of the Medical School, 1943–49); late Radiologist, Goldie Leigh Hosp.; late Hon. Radiologist: University College, London; Lord Mayor Treloar’s Hosp., Alton; Past Adviser in Radiology to the Ministry of Health; Past Warden of Fellowship, Past President, Skinner and Knox lecturer, and Gold Medallist (1973), RCR; Member, Spens Committee on remuneration of Consultants and Specialists, 1947; Examiner in Radiology to Universities of Durham and Liverpool; Examiner in X-ray Diagnosis, 1942, and in Medicine, 1952, RCR; Examiner in Radiology, RCP, 1940–44; Fellow (Past Hon. Treas.) RSM (PP and Hon. Mem., Section of Radiology); Fellow and Lettsomian Lecturer, Medical Society of London; Hon. Fellow, Royal Inst. of Public Health and Hygiene; Hon. Mem., British Assoc. of Dermatologists; Senior Vice-President, 6th International Congress of Radiology, 1950; Vice-Pres. Emeritus, 7th International Congress of Radiology, Copenhagen, 1953; Past Pres., Medical Defence Union; Past Chm. Institute of Dermatology, British Post-Graduate Medical Federation; Member: British Institute of Radiology; BMA (Past Chm. Medico-legal Sub-Cttee); Distribution Cttee King Edward’s Hosp. Fund, 1949–59

 

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A public health practitioner with postgraduate training in public health or with demonstrated competence in key areas of public health practice. These consultants undertake public health functions in the National Health Service either as Directors of Public Health or as public health specialists.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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