PHE Screening is providing expert advice on screening inequalities at a national level.
Katie Johnson is a Consultant in Public Health and Head of Screening Quality Assurance in the Midlands and East region. Katie developed an early interest in public health and health inequalities during previous roles in local government in London. She pursued this interest by completing specialty training in the East of England, working in various posts in the NHS and government, and completing a Masters in Public Health at the University of Cambridge. As well as her regional quality assurance role, Katie also acts as the national portfolio lead for inequalities for PHE Screening.
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