Dr Raymond Jankowski

National Lead for Healthcare, Public Health
@ Public Health England

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  • Bio

Dr Raymond Jankowski is the National lead for Healthcare Public Health at Public Health England (PHE). The current priorities of the national team including the prevention agenda of STPs, Rtcare programme and Specialised commissioning. Raymond has a major interest in falls prevention in older people and is a founding executive member of the National Falls and Fracture Alliance (FFA) and his team is currently coordinating the drafting a national consensus statement on falls fractures and bone health for older people.

Raymond’s National team helped coordinate the PH technical input to the 5 Year Forward View (5YFV) and Raymond chaired the Joint Implementation Board which oversaw the successful launch of the National Diabetes Prevention Programme (DPP) in March 2015. Raymond is currently a member of the National Right Care Oversight Group (RCOG).

Raymond has been a member of several national guidelines and indicator groups, including: the NICE Excess Winter Deaths Guideline Group, NICE Fall Prevention guidelines committee (2013), NICE Quality Standards Advisory Committee and a core member of Public Health Advisory Committee (PHAC).

Previously, Raymond was Director of Public Health, Medical Director and Deputy Director in the NHS and Local Government. Raymond worked as a GP in Hertfordshire till 2004. Previous posts have included Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Medical School, Lecturer in Public Health medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Chair of the National Public Health Primary Care Group.

Raymond’s interests include public health and primary care collaboration and national collaboration between NHS, Local Government and national charities to improve Public Health outcomes.

Raymond enjoys relaxing with his wonderful wife Mary, cycling and Pilates.

  • My Previous Events

  • Public Health: Prevention in Practice

    • 24-11-2016
    • 08:30 - 17:00
    • Manchester Conference Centre