We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
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Kate is the Programme Director for our health effects of air pollution programme.
Kate joined us in 2017 as a Portfolio Manager within the Programmes team and became the Programme Director for our programme on the health effects of air pollution in September 2019. In this role, she leads on shaping the strategic direction for the programme and works cross-organisationally to bring the best evaluation, data and influencing expertise to the programme.
Before this, Kate worked at Innovation Unit, a public sector consultancy, where she led their work in health and social care, applying design-led methodologies to solve complex social issues. She started her career in academic health services research, specialising on health inequalities.
Health effects of air pollution
Our Programme Director, Kate Langford, explores the fairness and effectiveness of the ULEZ expansion in London.
Kate Langford reflects on the impact, learnings and opportunities for our health effects of air pollution programme created by COVID-19.
Programme Director Kate Langford shares more on our pilot to test ways to make our streets easier and safer for local residents to walk, cycle and spend time.
Our response to the House of Commons' Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
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