Communities have great potential to help shape how decisions are made about the the local alcohol environment - where, when and how alcohol is accessible and consumed - which may help to reduce social and health harms that result from alcohol.
Professor Liddy Goyder, SPHR researcher from the University of Sheffield will be delivering a workshop as part of the UKPHR Public Health Practitioner Conference 2018.
This workshop will bring together policy-makers, practitioners and researchers to explore the relationship between mental health and the welfare system.
The NIHR School for Public Health Research project team for ‘Integrating attention to ethnicity and migration within applied public health and health inequalities research’ invites you to a practice-sharing workshop.
Assessing the impact of Public Health England’s Prioritisation Framework in Three Early Adopter Local Authorities.
A new report has been published from a follow on study looking at the decision making tools used by local authorities to prioritise spending.
Our Public Health Practice Evaluation Scheme (PHPES) is open for applications.
PHPES offers public health practitioners working in any sector an exciting opportunity to work in partnership with an SPHR research team to evaluate innovative projects or initiatives they are delivering.
As part of SPHR’s Ageing Well programme, researchers at the University of Sheffield hosted an engagement event with independent voluntary group, Sheffield 50+, to share the programme’s research findings and gain input from members of the public, public health practitioners, and commissioners.
SPHR’s goal is to produce high quality evidence needed by public health practice to improve the health of the population and help reduce health inequalities.