#102: Do We Need System Change? With Dr Sandro Demaio and Natalie Molino

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Dr Sandro Demaio is a medical doctor, CEO of VicHealth and globally-renowned public health expert.  He is a Medical Officer for the Department of Nutrition for Health and Development at the World Health Organization. He is also the author of the Doctor’s Diet and co-hosts the ABC television show Ask the Doctor.  In his pro bono work, Dr Demaio co-founded NCDFREE, a global social movement against chronic disease which reached more than 2.5 million people in its first 18 months.

Natalie Molino is the Executive Director of the Sandro Demaio Foundation with a Masters of Public Health and Bachelor of Biomedicine from the University of Melbourne.  She started in this area by working for Norway’s leading health and climate start-up, EAT. During this time, she worked with leading UN organisations, independent policy institutions and the Governments of Norway and Sweden to realign food system priorities for people and planet.  The Sandro Demaio Foundation was established in early 2018. Together with their team, they are using their expertise and experience in public and global health to change the way we think about food and chronic disease.

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