10:00 - 11:00, Friday 1st December
Please join our first joint online webinar by RSPH, Faculty of Public Health (FPH) and National Centre for Creative Health (NCCH) on “Conversations on creative enquiry across public health, primary care/education and pharmacy”.
- Dr Ranjita Dhital, Director of Research, University College London
- Caron Walker, Chief Officer/Consultant in Public Health, Leeds City Council
- Louise Younie, Professor of Medical Education, Queen Mary University of London
Dr Ranjita Dhital (MRPharmS, PhD, FHEA, FRSPH) is a pharmacist, sculptor and a lecturer in Interdisciplinary Health Studies at the Arts and Sciences Department, UCL. She is Department Director of Research. Her public health research is applying creative and participatory approaches to reduce alcohol harm and optimise health spaces. She Chairs the RSPH’s Arts, Health and Wellbeing SIG and NCCH’s International Arts in Pharmacy SIG.
Caron Walker is a public health consultant in Leeds, leading on public mental health, migrant health and work with local communities. She is also the public health lead around research and have used creative health approaches to support public health work. Caron is involved with Leeds Arts, Health and Wellbeing Network (LAWHN).
Dr Louise Younie (MBChB, MRCGP (dist), MSc (dist), EdD, NTF, PFHEA) is a GP and Professor of Medical Education at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) leading on faculty development and innovation. She has extensive experience with creative enquiry methodologies for humanising medicine and human flourishing. She is co-chair of the Royal College of GPs Creative Health SIG for GPs.