Update on study progress and forthcoming stakeholder workshop
As public health has an increasing role to play in shaping how alcohol is sold in local areas, we are interested in finding out more about how public health practitioners approach alcohol licensing work and what influences their practice, to…
Understanding complex systems and context, while retaining generalisability of findings, are key issues, as the next stage of our research tries to genuinely involve the public.
By Matt Egan
SPHR at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (SPHR@L) has dealt with a lot of different topics and…
NIHR announcement of renewed School for Public Health membership – 4th April 2017
The LSHTM renewal bid was led by Mark Petticrew, Karen Lock, Steve Cummins, Matt Egan and Richard Smith. The LSHTM team is greatly looking forward to five more years of collaboration with the other SPHR members, developing new…
The refreshed and renewed membership for the NIHR School for Public Health Research was announced (4 April 2017).
Following an open competition, the membership of the School from 1 April 2017 to 30 March 2022 is confirmed as:
University of Bristol
University of Cambridge
Fuse – Research collaboration between Newcastle University…
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Safe Sociable London Partnership and Southwark Public Health are conducting a research study to explore the range of influences on public health practitioners’ contributions to alcohol licensing processes in local authorities across London. As public health has an increasing role to…
A sound approach to public involvement is vital for successful research, its long-term impact and future funding. Use existing knowledge about how to include public and patient perspectives in your research, recommends Martin Lodemore of NIHR’s Involve.
About 15 years ago, an international conference into rheumatoid arthritis invited…
A one-day workshop: New evidence and future research for alcohol policy evaluation in Local Government
Date: Thursday 30th June 2016
Venue: Voysey Room, Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SN
The purpose of this workshop is to:
Share findings of new…
Existing research must be distilled and targeted for councils, who should become expert clients and tell universities what they need, argues David Pye
“We need a better focus on the three ‘C’s – co-production of new research, curation of existing knowledge and clearer client demand from local authorities to…