Many thanks to Marie McInerney for conducting these interviews via Periscope at the 2015 Population Health Congress.
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Dr Ruth Hussey
Wales Chief Medical Officer Dr Ruth Hussey told delegates at the 2015 Population Health Congress about her country’s Well-being of Future Generations Act, which requires all public bodies to consider environment, health and social principles in every decision they make. It will also see the establishment of a Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, to speak on behalf of future generations. Read more at this previous Croakey report.
Dr Trevor Hancock
Dr Trevor Hancock has been leading a Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) project to document the potential health impacts of major global ecological changes and to propose an action agenda for public and population health which he says has been “ecologically blind” with its focus on the social determinants of health (SDOH). Read more here.
Professor Lisa Bero
Professor Lisa Bero, Chair of Medicines Use and Health Outcomes at the Charles Perkins Centre at Sydney University, speaking after her 2015 Population Health Congress presentation on corporate strategies for influencing health research and policies. Read more here.
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