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The use of compassion and cooperation in delivering improved public health for communities

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  • UserMayor Dr Nik Johnson, Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough World_link
  • ClockThursday 02 December 2021, 11:00-12:00
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Join Mayor Dr Nik Johnson, Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough for this online seminar. Hear him talk on how by collaborating with the many departments of the combined authority he uses the three C’s to focus on improving public health in the region.

Date: Thursday, 2nd December 2021 Time: 11:00-12:00 Location: online (Zoom)

Registration: https://eng-cam.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIufumvqzovHdAfIizxwZVZTNhmOkIU-rGQ

Speaker biography:

Originally from the North East of England, I trained at St.George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London and qualified in 1993 . I was appointed as a Consultant Paediatrician at Hinchingbrooke hospital in 2006.

I believe passionately in the idea of public service. As a children’s doctor,I am privileged to work at the heart of the community, doing a job which allows me to meet, help and support people from all walks of life.

Outside of work , I am proud to be the Patron of Eddies – a local charity supporting people with learning disabilities in Cambridgeshire. I also enjoy watching my children take part in sport and drama activities.

I stood for Labour in two general elections – cutting the sitting MPs’ majority quite considerably. I was elected as district councillor for St Neots East in 2018 – the first Labour councillor in the town for two decades – and sat on Huntingdonshire District council’s planning committee. On May 10 2021 I was elected mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.

I live near St Neots with my wife, a fellow doctor and three children.

Dr Nick Johnson

This talk is part of the Cambridge Public Health Seminars series.

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