Aldo Mussi

Tutor, Health Promotion / Public Health

School of Health Sciences
0121 331 6074

Aldo trained in Earth sciences and social sciences, and has been a qualified teacher for over 25 years. He has worked in industry, education and as a VSO in Malawi, before spending 12 years in the NHS in various health promotion/public health teams. His particular interests are in Community Development and Sustainable Development.

For the last 10 years he has applied his experience to teaching BSc and MSc students here at BCU. Aldo is an Assessor for the West Midlands pilot of the UK Public Health Register for practitioners, and continues his involvement in health promotion/public health practice via his voluntary activities.

Current Activity

Teaching areas: I teach modules on the BSc Public Health, MSc Public Health and BSc Health and Wellbeing programmes and supervise dissertations.

External activities: West Midlands Learning for Public Health network; UK Public Health Association.

  • Mussi A (2009) Meat as a Treat? – Future Food Policy for Britain. Workshop at UKPHA annual public health forum, Brighton.
  • Mussi A (2008) Fairer Global Trade, Better Local Health, Medicine, Conflict And Survival, Vol 24, No.S1, Apr-Jun, S90-S93.
  • Mussi A (2005) Equal to the Task of Health Equality? Observations from UCE’s annual National Health Development Conferences
  • Poster presentation at UKPHA annual public health forum, Gateshead.