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Public Health and Community Wellbeing - A vital course to support society says new Programme Leader Dr Imose Itua

New Programme Leader for our Public Health and Community Wellbeing course, Dr Imose Itua has spoken about how important the skills gained on the course are to society: "The course is more relevant now than ever. In light of the enormous changes to public health over the last two years and with the pandemic slowly phasing out, "public health and community wellbeing” is vital for many reasons, not least mental health pressures, the cost of living crisis, the need to support healthier lifestyle and of course the need for preparedness for emerging and re-emerging infectious disease. The prevalence of infectious disease and non-communicable disease has increased in the past few years and outcomes have worsened due to the pandemic.”