What are the implications of Brexit for public health and policymaking in the UK? Jane Landon, Strategy Advisor for the Health Foundation, writes about the risks and opportunities.
Jane Landon joined the Health Foundation on 1 June 2016 as a senior policy fellow, on secondment from the UK Health Forum.
Jane has worked in public health policy development and advocacy for nearly 20 years with charities and public health agencies. She is on a 12 month secondment from the UK Health Forum where she is deputy chief executive and director of policy. She graduated from the University of York with a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Language and is a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health (by distinction).
Her wider work involves being Chair of trustees for the Food Commission Research Charity, Director of the Eating Better Coalition, and being on the Steering Group of the Food Research Collaboration at City University.
- Landon J, Lobstein T, Godfrey F, Johns P, Brookes C, Jernigan D. International codes and agreements to restrict the promotion of harmful products can hold lessons for the control of alcohol marketing. Addiction (in press)
- Landon J. Gaps and weaknesses in controls on food and drink marketing in the UK. Appetite. 2012, 62:187-9.
- Landon J, Gritschneder Y. An analysis of the regulatory and voluntary landscape concerning the marketing and promotion of foods and drinks to children. London: UK Health Forum. 2011
- Lobstein T, Landon J, Thornton N, Jernigan D. The commercial use of digital media to market alcohol products: a narrative review. Addiction (in press)
- Lobstein T, Brinsden H, Landon J, Kraak V, Musicus A, Macmullan J. INFORMAS and advocacy for public health nutrition and obesity prevention. Obesity Reviews, 2013 14 Suppl 1:150-6.