President, Faculty of Public Health
Maggie Rae is currently the President of the Faculty of Public Health. She has particular interests in health inequalities, sustainable development, workforce, education and standards setting for Public Health. She is Head of the South West Academy of Population and Public Health for Health Education England. She leads the South West Specialist Public Health Training Programme and is committed to helping develop the Public Health future workforce.
Maggie is a Visiting Professor of Public Health, University of the West of England, and has extensive experience of working at all levels in public health. She has been a Director of Public Health – twice! She also led on Health Inequalities and Local Delivery at the Department of Health.
In her role as President she works closely with the Academy of Royal Medical Colleges, Local Government Association and a wide range of partner agencies who have interests in Public Health. Maggie has recently joined the National Advisory Board for Population Health and Integrated Care Systems in England. She is committed to working with all 4 Nations of the UK and FPH members across the world.
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