Editorial Board

Julie Barratt


Julie Barratt Julie is the Director of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Wales, with responsibilities including liaison with the National Assembly for Wales, local authorities and non-governmental organisations, promoting and representing the CIEH’s policies, and generally seeking to raise the profile of Environmental Health in the Principality. She has had close involvement in a number of high-profile campaigns, including the ban on smoking in public places, the trade against illegal meat and, most recently, the Tattoo Hygiene Rating Scheme. She is a regular contributor to BBC radio and television on consumer and environmental health-related issues and writes extensively on these. Julie is a visiting lecturer in law and legal practice at Cardiff Metropolitan University.


Dr Jill Stewart


Jill StewartJill Stewart’s environmental health and housing career began in local government, leading to her current post as Senior Lecturer and Research Lead in the School of Health and Social Care at the University of Greenwich. She teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate levels across public health, environmental health and housing subject areas. She is a Chartered Member of the CIEH, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing and Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health. Her main research interests include evidence-based practice and the effectiveness of front-line strategies and interventions. In this field she recently developed the CIEH’s Private Sector Housing Evidence Base working collaboratively with a wide range of practitioners and academics around the country. She is currently involved in researching public health history.


Dr Marie Vaganay


Marie VaganayDr Marie Vaganay is the new Editor in Chief of JEHR. She conducting the environmental health research at the University Ulster. Marie has a diverse research experience but her main research interests are in epidemiology and public health. Over the years Marie has authored and contributed to several publications including peer-reviewed research papers, international conferences, and a book . She is the course director for the Masters in Environmental Health Management and Practice and lectures on several programmes at the University of Ulster. She holds a PhD in children's traffic exposure and a post-graduate qualification in Teaching.

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