Blog by Dr Yeyenta Osasu, Regional Health Equity Improvement Manager for North East and Yorkshire, HEE National Population Health Fellow
All clinicians can benefit from this approach to actualise an integrated care system that truly puts the patient at the centre of care.
Blog by Samuel Moody, HEE Population Health Fellow. Internal Medicine Doctor working in various sites around the North of Manchester with a special interest in refugee health and the design and delivery of health-focussed interventions and programmes.
Using the skills I’m learning through the Fellowship, I’ll be able to work alongside Public Health specialists in a meaningful way not only to treat, but to assess the root causes of, and help prevent, poor health in the future.
Interview with Anna Moore, HEE Population Health Fellow for Lewisham, Education Fellow at the Royal London Hospital in Simulation and Respiratory specialist registrar, North East Thames.
I now see things in a very different way from when I started this fellowship – I’m already taking lots of this learning back to my clinical practice and trying to spread the word!
Blog by Kelly Holehouse, currently working for the Integrated Musculoskeletal, Pain and Rheumatology Service as a Physiotherapist, East Lancashire NHS Trust and joined the Population Health Fellowship in 2020.
Working together with these experienced public health practitioners, as well combining efforts and sharing results of a detailed literature search with colleagues at the Midlands Partnership Foundation Trust, (who were completing similar work regarding post-covid syndrome), enabled me to gain vital insight to the process of collaborative and clinically driven research.
Interview with Ahmad Saif, currently working as a GP at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and as a specialty trainee in Rehabilitation Medicine at Thames Valley Deanery. Ahmad accounts his time on the HEE Population Health Fellowship in 2020.
The fellowship was an opportunity to combine my clinical experience in primary and secondary care by incorporating population health.
Blog by Carolyn Royse, currently qualified as a registered prosthetist/orthotist and now specialises in orthotics and the diabetic foot. Carolyn joined the Population Health Fellowship in 2020.
The fellowship has opened doors for me to widen my influence and has made me consider my practice and how what I do relates within a much wider system.