Dame Sally Davies’ new co-authored book, Whose Health Is It, Anyway? proposes a rethink of how we value our health, a redesign of the UK’s health system to include a National Care Service, and a novel funding mechanism for a 'total health' approach.
Dame Sally Davies, Master of Trinity, has received the inaugural Nelson Mandela Prize for Health Promotion from the World Health Organization (WHO) in recognition of her ‘profound impact’ on health promotion.
Whether you do online yoga, workout in your room, walk the dog, run, cycle or somersault– it all counts towards the Trinity College Lockdown2 Sports Challenge!
Leading writers Ben Okri and Benjamin Zephaniah will be in conversation on Thursday 15 October, 4pm-5.30pm, as part of Trinity’s celebration of Black History Month.
Dame Sally Davies, the Master of Trinity College, has launched the Trinity Challenge, which brings together leading business, academic and philanthropic institutions, to harness the potential of data and analytics in order to better protect and prepare the world against health emergencies.