Professor of Diversity in Public Health, University of bedfordshire
Gurch Randhawa is Professor of Diversity in Public Health and Director of the Institute for Health Research at the University of Bedfordshire. He is a Fellow of the UK Faculty of Public Health. Gurch serves as an Expert Adviser to the National Institute for Clinical Excellence Centre for Guidelines, and he is a Member of the British Medical Association’s Medical Ethics Committee; as well as being a Facilitator for the UK Faculty of Public Health’s Accredited Practitioner Program. His research is focused on the development of patient-centred care pathways, have undertaken research and consultancy on a range of issues along the life-course – ranging from COVID-19 & public engagement, consanguinity, maternal health, child health, diabetes, kidney disease, transplantation, mental health, tele-health, social prescription, cancer and end-of-life care amongst diverse communities. Gurch has been contributing to work on developing culturally competent telehealth and Artificial Intelligence solutions.