We are proud to announce that our Director, Professor Jon Nicholl, has been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen for his outstanding contribution to health research.
Photographs and stories which reflect what older residents in Liverpool like and dislike about their local community in relation to respect and social inclusion went on display at the Museum of Liverpool in May.
More young people than ever are getting most of their information about sexual matters from school, but the majority feel they are not getting all the information they need, and men in particular are missing out, according to new research published in BMJ Open.
Sara Ronzi, a SPHR-funded PhD student in the Department of Public Health and Policy at LiLaC (based at the University of Liverpool), is exploring aspects of how to make cities better places to grow old in.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Martin White has been appointed as Programme Director of the NIHR Public Health Research (PHR) Programme.
The second round of SPHR’s innovative Public Health Practice Evaluation Scheme (PHPES) opens on Friday 17th January, 2014.
School-based interventions and campaigns are used to promote health and address a wide variety of public health problems.
Contact with the environment is thought to have a range of impacts on health and well-being, from better mental health amongst those living closer to green spaces to providing a place for healthy physical activity.
New SPHR-funded research is underway to develop and test the feasibility of interventions to promote healthier take-away, pub and restaurant food.
The state of older men's health is a greatly overlooked public health challenge.