BA MA MSc Solicitor
Elizabeth's background and interests are at the intersection of law, public health and ethics. She is a UK qualified solicitor and worked for many years in legal practice in London, specialising in clinical negligence litigation. She has MA Medical Ethics & Law from King's College, University of London and MSc Public Health from LSHTM.
She worked as a Consultant at WHO Geneva and since 2012 has been a DL Tutor on GHM104 Issues in Global Health Policy and GHM300 Project Report. During 2015-2017 she was a Research Fellow working with Professor Richard Coker on PANDEM, an EU funded project looking at pandemic preparedness in Europe.
Teaching and development roles:
2012 to present: Tutor on GHM104: Issues in Global Health Policy;
2015 to present: GHM300 Project supervisor;
2013-16: Deputy Module Organiser for GHM104. Wrote and led review webinars three times a year;
2016-17: Development Coordinator for a new online module: GHM204 Public Health Law in a Global Context.
Current research interests and commitments include:
Review and analysis of pandemic preparedness in Europe, specifically (1) policy and legal preparedness and response frameworks and (2) ethical and human rights issues;
Public health law and governance (particularly relating to patient safety);
Maternal health policy in low income countries.