Lecture Series

Lessons from the Frontline - Public Engagement and Local Health Systems

  • 18.00 - 19.00
  • 21 Feb 2016
Lessons from the Frontline - Public Engagement and Local Health Systems
In this inaugural lecture, Mark reflects on his learnings from some of his work supporting local health systems in reviewing, evaluating and designing approaches to respond to the varied challenges they face.

Professor Mark Gamsu Pre-Inaugural Message Mark Gamsu is a professor in the School of Health & Community Studies at Leeds Beckett University. With an interest in inequalities, local democracy and health, he has spent the last decade working with a number of health and care organisations.

Mark Gamsu is a professor in the School of Health at Leeds Beckett University. With an interest in inequalities, local democracy and health, he has spent the last decade working with a number of health and care organisations.

His research highlights the growing recognition of the need to develop a stronger and closer relationship between English health and care systems and members of the public.