The 4th meeting of the SPHR Public Partners Network (PAN) is taking place on Wednesday 11th May 2022 from 10am-12.30pm
Emily Widnall, Senior Research Associate and SPHR ResNet member and award holder, at University of Bristol, completed her ResNet project on Exploring the longer-term impacts of Covid-19 on young people’s mental health.
A new web-based platform that aims to strengthen the focus on equity in research. FOR EQUITY is a joint NIHR School for Public Health Research and ARC North West Coast resource. It provides a revised version of the Health Inequalities Assessment Tool (HIAT) an inventory of existing guidance to support research teams to apply an equity lens in their studies; and a library of resources.
The NIHR Schools for Primary Care Research, Public Health Research and Social Care Research are pleased to present the webinar series “Diversity and involvement: whom to involve?”. After a first session on engaging and working with young people, the second session will be about involving people living with dementia and learning difficulties in research.
Join us for our second virtual symposium showcasing the latest research conducted within the NIHR School for Public Health Research Public Mental Health (PMH) Programme.
Introducing FOR Equity: a new web-based platform that aims to strengthen the focus on equity in research. FOR Equity is a joint initiative of the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) and NIHR Applied Research Collaboration North West Coast (ARC NWC). It provides an inventory of existing guidance to support research teams to apply an equity lens in their studies; a revised version of the Health Inequalities Assessment Tool (HIAT); and a library of general resources.
Restricting the outdoor advertising of high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods and drinks across the Transport for London network is estimated to have significantly decreased the average amount of calories purchased by households every week from these products, according to new research from NIHR SPHR researchers.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a scheme to award funding for impact acceleration. These awards will be available to support development and realisation of impact from SPHR research.
Apply for funding to help develop and realise the impact of your SPHR project.
In this blog post Tricia Jessiman and Judi Kidger from the University of Bristol discuss their work exploring the aspects of school culture that impact young people’s mental health and the role that young people can play in changing it for the better.
Tricia Jessiman, Senior Research Associate in Qualitative Public Health Research (University of Bristol), talks to us about her role in the SPHR Public mental health programme.