World Cancer Research Fund’s Health Professional Ambassadors are health professionals or public health workers who are passionate about spreading our cancer prevention messages where it matters, locally.
Our Health Professional Ambassadors also help to shape our current and future work so that we continually meet the needs of health professionals and public health workers across the UK.
Anyone who has a role that involves influencing the health behavior of the people they interact with can become a regional ambassador.
As a Health Professional Ambassador you will be acting as an ambassador for your local area, a link between us and your local network. You will:
The role of a Health Professional Ambassador is informal and flexible, and can be shaped to fit around your work commitments. We are exploring new ways of developing our programme and always welcome emails of interest from practitioners.
Marion Foreman is an accredited Personal Trainer, Health Advisor and Qualified Weight Management Counsellor with 40 years nursing experience.
“I am able to share my expertise with World Cancer Research Fund so that more people can reduce their risk of cancer” – Marion Foreman
Justine works for Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Trust coordinating the iVan, a mobile cancer information and awareness service.
“Cancer prevention is a big part of my role. I was involved in the development of World Cancer Research Fund’s online cancer prevention training and their free cancer prevention package for health professionals. I am so pleased that I can use my experience to support the charity in this way.” – Justine works for Bridgewater Community Healthcare