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BLOG: Evidence is most likely to influence public health if it fits the right problem at the right time for the right people

Evidence is most likely to influence public health if it fits the right problem at the right time for the right people
Vittal Katikireddi charts the multiple roles that evidence is playing in transforming minimum unit pricing of alcohol into a policy imperative.

 Discovering a proven solution doesn’t mean…

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Round 2 of SPHR’s Public Health Practice Evaluation scheme open!

SPHR opens Round 2 of its innovative evaluation scheme
Round 2 of SPHR’s Public Health Practice Evaluation Scheme (PHPES) is now open. PHPES aims to produce high quality evidence needed by public health practice to improve population health and help reduce health inequalities. PHPES enables public health practitioners to…

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ANNOUNCEMENT: National evaluation of Big Lottery-funded initiative: The ‘Big Local’

Lancaster University announces national evaluation of Big Lottery-funded initiative – does ‘Big Local’ have big health impact?
A Lancaster University Professor will head up a research team examining if giving people greater control over their lives and community can positively affect their health and wellbeing.

Professor of Sociology and Public…

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NEWS: 2nd SPHR Annual Scientific Meeting held in London

Second SPHR Annual Scientific Meeting held in London [Posted on 17th October, 2013]

The second NIHR SPHR Annual Scientific Meeting was held in London on 8th October 2013 at the UCL Institute of Child Health. The meeting was held the day after an evening reception for researchers, who were addressed…

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