David Bagguley MBChB MPH LLM MFPH
University of Sheffield
School of Health and Related Research
Section of Public Health
30 Regent Street
I completed my medical degree at the University of Leeds in 2012. After foundation training, I joined the Public Health Speciality Registrar Training Programme in Yorkshire and Humber.
As part of this programme I undertook a Masters in Public Health at the University of York, which I completed in 2015. I also completed a Masters in Medical Law and Ethics from the University of Manchester in 2016.
I am currently based within the NHS England Specialised Commissioning team, but am in ScHARR on placement 1 day a week and am also an Honorary Clinical Lecturer in the Section of Public Health, ScHARR. I am undertaking research into health inequalities associated with Pancreatic Cancer outcomes in Yorkshire and Humber.
My research interests are health inequalities and cancer outcomes.
My teaching interests lie in practical/service related public health , particularly healthcare public health.
I am a tutor on the 3a Public Health Module for MBBS students.
Pancreatic cancer outcomes in Yorkshire and Humber.
1. Leigh-HuntN, Bagguley D, Bash K, Turner V, Turnbull S, Valtorta N, & Caan W. (2017). An overview of systematic reviews on the public health consequences of social isolation and loneliness. Public health, 152, 157-171.