Writing for the Fuse Blog, Emma Adams, Fuse/NIHR SPHR Pre-doctoral Fellow, and Experts by Experience from Fulfilling Lives Newcastle Gateshead & #HealthNow Newcastle, reflect on their experience co-producing the analysis for her study.
This year the annual NIHR Academy Members' Conference is titled “Improving the lives of people with multiple long-term conditions through research”.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our PhD studentship competition 2022, offering a flexible opportunity to start in April 2022 for part-time applicants and by October 2022 for full-time applicants.
In late September 2021, SPHR Pre-Doctoral Fellows Emma Adams (Fuse, Newcastle University), Jo Dawes (UCL), Kate Dotsikas (UCL), Charan Gill (Imperial College), Shivangi Medhi (UCL), and Chiara Rinaldi (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) self-organised a four day face-to-face writing retreat facilitated by Maureen Michael of Room for Writing.
As part of the SPHR Network for the use of natural experiments in public health, this online seminar will introduce the 'Health, well-being and social relations in a changing neighbourhood (in Danish STRIT)' project.
As part of the SPHR Network for the use of natural experiments in public health, this online seminar will introduce the recently published MRC/NIHR Framework for developing and evaluating complex interventions.
Children experiencing social disadvantage in their first few years of life have a greatly increased risk of asthma persisting into adulthood. These are the findings of a study by SPHR researchers, published today in the journal Thorax, looking at the early life circumstances of thousands of UK children and their risk for persistent asthma as teenagers.
The School for Public Health Research (SPHR) is getting ready to launch a PhD studentship call on 3rd November 2021.
The LA SPARC scheme supports individuals working in local authority settings and NIHR Academy members to design and apply for funds to undertake short placements allowing them to move between NIHR and Local Authority settings in either direction.
The NIHR Population Health Career Scientist Award (PHCSA) is a UK-wide initiative to enable senior researchers to make the next step to Reader/Professor level in their host institutions.