Highlights from our NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) and NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) joint PhD student welcome meeting.
This study aims to investigate the drivers of, and responses to the rise of Children Looked After at a local area level, with a view to informing policy.
A recent report highlights the negative impact of the pandemic on children in the North of England.
All SPHR PhD students are invited to submit an entry into our three-minute thesis virtual competition.
The SPHR project 'Optimising the alcohol reduction app, Drink Less' was a collaboration between researchers from University College London, University of Bristol, Fuse, LiLaC and colleagues at Public Health England.
The SPHR project 'Implementing evidence-based best practice criteria in sex and relationship education' within our Children, Young People and Families research programme is an excellent example of how our public health research has had local, national and international impact.
The number of women who smoke during pregnancy is higher in the North East than elsewhere in England.
In England councils decide how alcohol policy will be implemented in their local areas, which provides councils with the opportunity to tailor its approach to suit local needs.