Dr Julie Mytton

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About me

Julie qualified in medicine from St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College, London in 1990. After working in General Practice and Community Paediatrics she has specialised in Public Health since 2006. She worked in the Bristol Public Health team until 2015. 

Julie is the Global Health theme lead for the Centre for Public Health and Wellbeing in the School for Health and Social Wellbeing. She is Deputy Director of the Centre for Academic Child Health, a joint University of Bristol-UWE research centre and Co-Lead for Training and Capacity Building at the Applied Research Collaboration West of England (ARC West). 

Julie's research interests include injury prevention and global health. She is currently Co-Director for an NIHR Global Health Systems and Policy Research award to improve road safety in Nepal, working with Kathmandu Medical College. She supports an NIHR Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation award on drowning prevention in toddlers living in rural Bangladesh, with the University of Bournemouth, the RNLI and the CIPRB.  Other research interests include the prevention of head injuries in children, child public health, and research capacity strengthening.

Area of expertise

Global health, Children and young people's health, injury prevention, applied systems research.


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