Claire Laurent

Public Health

I am a member of the Faculty of Public Health and a defined public health specialist with UKPHR. I have 10 years' experience in various public health roles, including com­munications, com­missioning, health inequalities and screening. I have a Masters' in Public Health and a postgraduate certificate in health screening.

In Public Health England, I designed and led PHE's National Conversation on Health Inequalities, a public engagement programme that focused on under­standing the public perspective and lived experience of inequalities. Work that influenced the subsequent language and approach to reducing health inequalities.

In collaboration with colleagues from the University of Sheffield I explored the public health role in tackling modern slavery.

More details about my work on the following topics can be found here:

I offer public health expertise, devising strategies, advising, developing and leading work programmes, writing and editing briefings and reports, planning and managing com­munications. If you would like to commission me, please get in touch here.