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Blog: Are you making the most of your public health budget? There’s a tool for that

Over the last few months SPHR researchers have been undertaking an independent evaluation of one of Public Health England’s published resources, the Prioritisation Framework.

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Blog: Have you haddock enough?

Writing for the Fuse blog, Louis Goffe discusses working with takeaway owners and industry partners to offer smaller portions of fish & chips.

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Blog: If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try and try again…

Writing for the Fuse Blog, Dr Susanne Moffatt talks about the journey to secure "the big grant" for the Ways to Wellness project.

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More than enough on our plates: Tackling the obesity crisis by shrinking fish and chips

A smaller portion of fish and chips has been embraced by takeaway owners and customers, research has found and may well be healthier for us.

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NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme - process evaluation

In preparation for ‘Healthier You’, NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme, areas across England were selected to become ‘demonstrator sites’.

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How do public health professionals view and engage with research?

This research focused two responsive research schemes: the Public Health Practitioner Evaluation Scheme (PHPES) run by the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR); and Fuse’s ‘AskFuse’ service.

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Major new report connects North’s poor health with poor productivity

Poor health has been linked with the North’s poor productivity for the first time in a major new report led by a SPHR researcher.

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Behind the research: Louis Goffe

Louis Goffe, Research Associate at Newcastle University shares his experience of working in public health research.

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Equal North network: The welfare system and mental health

King’s House Conference Centre, Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HBFind out more
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Developing age-friendly Towns and Cities: phase 1

Throughout the world we are seeing ageing populations and an increase in the number of people living in cities.

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