Throughout the world we are seeing ageing populations and an increase in the number of people living in cities.
This project’s goal is to begin to redress the marginalisation of race/ethnicity and migration within public health intervention and health inequalities research in England.
Getting research evidence to inform practice and policy is neither straight-forward nor guaranteed.
The aim of this project is to assist local and national policy-makers develop efficient strategies to help achieve wide scale roll out of alcohol interventions to reduce health harm.
This research will evaluate the new prioritisation framework tool informed by SPHR research and evaluate its impact on local authority decision-making when it comes to investment and disinvestment decisions.
This project will support Public Health England North in taking forward and delivering on the research implications of the 2014 PHE commissioned ‘Due North’ report into health inequalities and the North South health divide.
This research project will compare stop smoking support services offered to people with recognised mental health problems and the general population.
As part of this project researchers reviewed evidence to identify what influences the successful implementation of health promotion in UK schools.