The School has many diverse audiences nationally and locally. Our engagement strategy focuses on how we engage with professionals working in local public health systems in any sector, with members of the public, and with the wider public health community.
There are three main ways to engage with SPHR:
The Public Health Practice Evaluation Scheme (PHPES) enables people working in public health who are delivering innovative projects and initiatives aimed at improving health, to work in partnership with SPHR to conduct rigorous evaluations of their cost-effectiveness. Further details of the scheme, including how and when to apply are available here.
NIHR School for Public Health Advisory Board membership includes individuals from the public, professional bodies relating to public health and the academic field.
The School’s funded research programmes and projects as well as the School members’ Local Advisory group include individuals from the public and professional bodies.