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Working together to tackle inequalities and inactivity

Writing for the Fuse Blog, Sophie Phillips, SPHR funded PhD student at Fuse (Durham University) and Dr Rachel Mowbray, Insight Coordinator, County Durham Sport, Active Partnership tell us about collaborating during Sophie's secondment at County Durham Sport.

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Discussing ‘Tricky Topics’ with Young People at a Distance: the Challenges of Exploring Sensitive Subjects in Virtual Focus Groups

Writing for the Covid Realities Blog, Nicolas Woodrow, Mary Crowder, Hannah Fairbrother, Naomi Griffin, Eleanor Holding & Helen Quirk discuss the challenges of exploring sensitive subjects online with young people during the global pandemic. 

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Blog: Whatever their answer, double it and you should be close…

Writing for the Fuse Blog, Hannah Mehmood, a Medical Student at Newcastle University discusses her six week internship experience at the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) with Fuse in summer 2020.

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Did children get their free school meals during lockdown?

In the latest Understanding Society blog, Jennie Parnham discusses her latest research and how it suggests the scheme may have failed to reach half of eligible children.

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Summer school at home: Learning online and adapting research to reach the ‘hard to reach’

Pre doctoral fellows, Emma Adams (Fuse - Newcastle University) and Jo Dawes (UCL) share their experience of taking part in a virtual weeklong residential summer school and adapting their research to reach the ‘hard to reach’.

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Co-production – The new normal

Gillian Samuel, Peer Researcher for the Public Mental Health Programme shares her experience of co-producing work with researchers, practitioners and the public.

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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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