SEMINAR: Can neighbourhood demolition really be a low impact public health intervention?

SPHR@L Seminar Series

NIHR School for Public Health Research @ LSHTM

‘Can neighbourhood demolition really be a low impact public health intervention? Complex findings from a UK natural experiment evaluation (GoWell)’

‘Can neighbourhood demolition really be a low impact public health intervention? Complex findings from a UK natural experiment evaluation (GoWell)’

Speaker: Dr. Matt Egan (LSHTM)

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Thursday, 25th February 2014
Time: 12.45-2pm
Venue: Mary Seacole Room 
LSHTM, 15-17 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9SH

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 The national School for Public Health Research is funded by the NHS National Institute for Health Research across eight university research centres in England to do work on the new public health system in local authorities.

SPHR@L is led by Mark Petticrew, Karen Lock and Matt Egan in the Public Health & Policy Faculty.

The aim of the work programme at LSHTM is to engage with local government stakeholders in the production of new evaluative research focussed on their evidence needs and appropriate to their decision-making processes, to improve action on the social determinants of health.

This series of seminars focusses on current issues in UK public health research and practice, and the role of research evidence in public policy.

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