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Username: mitch
Email: m.blair AT
Title: Prof
Fullname: Mitch Blair
Current position: Consultant Paediatrician and Specialist in CHild Public Health
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Biography: Prof. Mitch Blair, Consultant and Reader in Paediatrics and Child Public Health, Imperial College, London , UK MBBS, BSc (hons), MSc., FRCP, FRCPCH, FHEA, FFPH (hon) BIOGRAPHY Mitch qualified in medicine MBBS from UCH, London in 1983. Paediatric training posts were at Stoke Mandeville, Charing Cross Hospital, Great Ormond Street, Northwick Park, and Nottingham. After obtaining an MSc in Community Paediatrics from the Institute of Child Health in London, he moved to Nottingham as Consultant Senior Lecturer in Community Paediatrics 1990-98. He worked in inner city community practice in health centres, schools, day nurseries and specialist out-reach to single handed and group practices. He carried out teaching and research into the national child health screening programme and community paediatric out reach to primary care. He returned to London in 1998 and established the River Island Academic Centre for Paediatrics and Child Public Health Teaching and Research at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, Imperial College London, His research interests include complementary medicines use in children, international child health indicators, child public health monitoring, and health service evaluation. He coauthored the Manual of Community Paediatrics and the first textbook on Child Public Health. He was recently seconded to the DH to advise on the Healthy Child Programme.
Organisation: Imperial College London
Country: UK
Language: English
Your role: Researcher
Your interests: Public health
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