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Professor Kate Walters awarded Principal Investigator of the Year 2021

Congratulations to Professor Kate Walters for being awarded Principal Investigator of the Year 2021 by the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC). Kate is Co-Lead on the NIHR SPHR Public Mental Health programme and an ARC North Thames and UCL researcher. 

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‘Buddies in Bloom’: the creation of a Buddy System for the SPHR Public Mental Health programme

In this blog post Gillian Samuel, Public Involvement Coordinator at The McPin Foundation , together with the Public Mental Health (PMH) Peer Research Team and Becca Bayliss, SPHR PMH Network Coordinator based at University College London (UCL) discuss the introduction of a new Buddy System between peer researchers and academics within the SPHR Public Mental Health programme.

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Community interventions for older adults

The aim of this project is to develop a better understanding about co-located community interventions that focus on the mental health and wellbeing of older adults by exploring what works, for whom, and under what circumstances.

1st October 2020 - 31st March 2022

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What happens to our mental health during a public health crisis?

The Public mental health programme and the McPin Foundation have launched Covid Life to document the impact of COVID-19 on people’s mental health.

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NIHR SPHR and NIHR ARC North Thames launch joint-funded PhD studentships

NIHR ARC North Thames and NIHR SPHR invite applications for a jointly-funded 3-year PhD studentship to begin September 2020. The deadline for applications is 19th June.

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Social exclusion and mental health problems

The aim of this project is to investigate potential measures of social exclusion across England and explore how these measures are related to mental health problems. This project will also model what might happen if a public health intervention or policy was able to reduce the level of social exclusion in a community.

January 2020 – October 2021

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Evaluating the health, social and economic impact of equitable public mental health interventions (WP3)

The work package will evaluate potential Public Mental Health interventions from an equity perspective. It will also tie in with work occurring in the Public Mental Health (PMH) theme. This work package will extrapolate the long term health (physical and mental) and wider social and economic implications of equity definitions across the health service supply/access/outcome chain to public health for identified groups, particularly people in social crisis.

01 Oct 2019 - 31 Mar 2021

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Development and application of reporting guidelines for efficiency, equity and systems approaches (WP1)

Guidance is needed on the reporting outcomes from studies of efficiency, equity and public health systems from public health research to ensure that evidence can be used in public health practice. This work package will bring together the key EEPHS members, practitioners, and policymakers together with experts in reporting efficiency, equity and systems approaches for public health to develop guidance on reporting outcomes.

October 2019 - March 2022

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Equal England

The aim of the Equal England network is to expand the successful Equal North network of over 550 members to build a national community of academics, researchers, practitioners, and members of the public across England who share a common interest in addressing health and social inequalities.

November 2019 - March 2022

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Knowledge exchange: engagement and translation of learning points into action and impact with stakeholders

This is the knowledge exchange (KE) work package for the Places & communities programme (P&C). ‘Knowledge exchange’ translates research evidence into practice for public and practitioner audiences and endorses collaborative work between researchers, decision-makers and members of the public. It also includes a study designed to test how local authorities are translating programme findings into policy and practice.

January 2019 - March 2022

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