Lisa Murphy is a Digital Strategist at Public Health England, having previously worked as a junior doctor in East London. She has been involved in advocacy around health inequalities for almost 10 years, primarily working with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health as a youth representative – developing clinical guidelines and influencing policy related to equality in young people’s health and care. As a medical student she worked within Students For Global Health, delivering diverse educational workshops and building a strong background in capacity building. For the last two years she has been heavily involved with the MedAct Migrant Solidarity Group, supporting research into access to healthcare and action on migrant exclusion from health services. She currently is working on ensuring the use of technology in the NHS is ethical and effective, and has a keen interest in data driven healthcare.