COMMONS

MPs question officials and experts about public health policy reforms

07 July 2011

Health Committee announces oral evidence session for their inquiry into Public Health policy.

At the fourth oral evidence session of their inquiry into Public Health policy, the Health Committee take evidence from officials at the Department of Health with responsibility for implementing the Government's public health reforms; the chair of the a government sponsored working group on Information and Intelligence for Public Health; the author of a government funded Review of the Regulation of Public Helth Professionals (2010) and the immediate past president of the Faculty of Public Health.

Tuesday 12 July 2011

Location: Committee Room 5, House of Commons, Main Building

Witnesses

At 10.30 am

  • Professor Dame Sally C Davies, Chief Medical Officer,
  • Anita Marsland MBE, Transition Managing Director, Public Health England
  • Professor David R Harper CBE, Director General, Health Improvement and Protection, Department of Health
  • Professor John Newton, Chair, Department of Health Working Group on Information and Intelligence for Public Health, South Central Strategic Health Authority.

    At 11.45 am
  • Professor Alan Maryon-Davis, Honorary Professor of Public Health, King’s College London
  • Dr Gabriel Scally, South West Regional Director, Public Health, South West Strategic Health Authority.

The Terms of Reference for the inquiry were issued on Friday 13 May.

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