CiC engagement activities during Phase 1 and 2 have aimed to raise awareness of the research and its findings, as well as contribute to the exchange of knowledge between communities, practitioners and researchers. A series of blogs on the news and events page describes some of the regional engagement activities that took place in 2016.  Nationally, the CiC study was included as one of 100 examples of positive change and impact, resulting from NIHR’s support of research over the last 10 years.


In this video clip  researchers describe the relevance of the Communities in Control study for the public health community.