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SPHR@L is excited to announce a further workshop on ‘Why evaluate?: An introductory workshop on research, evidence and evaluation for local government.’
We are particularly interested in engaging with those working in housing, transport, and planning etc to be better equipped to design evaluations…
SPHR@L is excited to announce a fourth workshop on ‘Why evaluate?’ An introductory workshop on research, evidence and evaluation for local government.
We are particularly interested in engaging with those working in housing, transport, and planning etc to be better equipped to design evaluations.
Date & time: Tuesday 1st…
On 9th June 2015, the NIHR School for Public Health Research @ LSHTM (SPHR@L) was featured as ‘Research Group of the month’ within the Public Health & Policy (PHP) Faculty seminar series and presented some its current research, as well as a talk on how we build connections, capacity and…
SPHR@L is committed to support professionals in local government and understanding their need for the right kinds of evidence to support their public health responsibilities, explains Matt Egan
A healthy population both reflects and contributes to a healthy society. Securing better health adds legitimacy and value to public services…
SPHR@L Seminar Series
NIHR School for Public Health Research @ LSHTM
‘Preventing harm with alcohol licensing: can we generate evidence from policy?’
Speaker: David Humphreys (University of Oxford)
Seminar abstract – D Humphreys
Seminar blog coming soon…
Date: Wednesday, 11th March 2015
Time: 17.15-18.30 – reception to follow
SPHR@L is very excited to announce the publication of its new brochure, outlining who we are the important research we are undertaking.
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Reuniting the Evidence Base for Planning and Health – ESRC seminar
Monday 23 February 2015 – 1.00-4.30pm – London
Are you interested in attending an ESRC funded seminar, hosted by Public Health England, on ‘Reuniting the Evidence Base for Planning and Health’?