Matthew Harris

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Matthew Harris

Matthew Harris

Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London
Dr Matthew Harris (DPhil MBBS MSc PGCE FFPH) is a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health, in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London, and he is an Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine in the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. His research spans global health, innovation diffusion, primary care and health services research. Through his work on Reverse Innovation, he has served as an Expert Witness at the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health; he has been recognised through the award of a US Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellowship examining cognitive biases against low-income country innovation; and more recently he was awarded an Imperial College London President’s Excellence grant for his work to decolonize the curriculum of the Masters in Public Health. At Imperial College London, he is the Theme Lead for Innovation and Evaluation in the NIHR Applied Research Collaborative for North West London, and leads a programme to identify frugal innovations from low-income countries and examine their potential for adoption in the NHS. This work has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Nature Medicine, British Medical Journal, BMJ Quality and Safety, International Journal of Integrated Care, Globalization and Health, Qualitative Health Research, Administration and Society, and Public Administration and Development. Prior to joining Imperial College London, Matthew worked for several years as a Primary Care physician in Brazil, a WHO Polio Consultant in Ethiopia, an HIV Technical Consultant in Mozambique and a Global Health Advisor to the UK Department of Health. He qualified in Medicine from UCL (1998), obtained his MSc (Public Health in Developing Countries) with Distinction from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2004), and his doctorate (Public Health) from Oxford University in 2009.
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  • “Future Surgery 2021 will be the first of its kind in the UK, drawing on the work our Commission on the Future of Surgery has done to predict the transformation in the medical care for millions of patients.”
    Andrew Reed, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • “Driven by changes in digital technologies and our fast-evolving understanding of genomics, innovations are expected to affect how we undertake surgery, and how we train surgeons in future.”
    Andrew Reed, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • "Alongside the conference organisers, CloserStill, we aim to deliver a high-quality event that will provide both professional development and discussion space for surgeons and their teams."
    Andrew Reed, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • "We look forward to welcoming colleagues to what promises to be a very high-quality programme and an exciting two days of thought-provoking training and engagement with medical suppliers."
    Andrew Reed, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

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