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Ian Roberts, Professor of Public Health & Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine discusses how motorised transport contributes to the global burden of disease as part of Module 1: Trauma the Disease & Systems of Care in Queen Mary University of London's Masters Programmes in Trauma Sciences.
|Ian Roberts is professor of public health at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Britain's national school of public health and a leading postgraduate institution worldwide for research and education in global health. His main research interests are the prevention and treatment of serious injuries and in the links between energy use, sustainability and health. He first trained in the UK as a paediatrician working in intensive care and then in public health at the University of Auckland, New Zealand and McGill University in Canada. He now works on large scale international clinical trials to find better treatments for seriously injured patients. He has just co-written The Energy Glut, Climate Change and the Politics of Fatness.|