Members of the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) are excited to be attending the UK Public Health Science conference in Glasgow this Friday 25th November 2022. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the conference with a focus on the achievements, strengths and talent of public health science over the last 10 years.
SPHR researchers, PhD students, trainees and members of the SPHR Directorate will be attending. The full programme can be viewed here. Follow the hashtag #PHSci on twitter to stay updated.
In Session 2 at 11.25, NIHR launching fellow Laura Tinner will be speaking about using art to explore health and inequality with young people in communities.
In Session 4 at 15.25, former SPHR PhD student Jennie Parnham discusses her PhD work about the ultra-processed food content of school meals and lacked lunches in the UK.
Poster sessions are taking place at 10.30 and 12.25. More details can be found below about SPHR posters.
‘Do first-time parents of one- to two-year-olds in the UK use portion size guidance? A qualitative study exploring portioning practices and awareness of portion size guidance’ – Alice Porter, SPHR PhD student
‘The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people experiencing homelessness (PEH): a qualitative interview study with PEH and service providers in the UK’ AND
‘Physical activity interventions to improve the health and wellbeing of people experiencing homelessness: a systematic review’ – Jo Dawes, SPHR pre-doctoral fellow
‘Use of intersectionality theories in interventional health research in high-income countries: a scoping review’ – Anthony Laverty, SPHR researcher
‘The longitudinal impact of social media use on adolescent mental health in the UK: Findings from the UK Longitudinal Household Study’ – Ruth Plackett, SPHR launching fellow
‘The Peer Education Project to improve mental health literacy in secondary school students in England: a qualitative realist evaluation’ – Esther Curtin, SPHR PhD student
‘Prenatal alcohol prevention in the UK: Mapping the landscape through systematic collaborative review’ – Cheryl McQuire, SPHR post-doctoral launching fellow
‘Changes in online food access during the COVID-19 pandemic and associations with deprivation: a longitudinal analysis’ – Matthew Keeble, SPHR PhD student
‘The UK’s COVID-19 Free School Meals Policy: was it evidence-based? A thematic content analysis of policy documents and debates’ – Jennie Parnham
‘Changes in diet and physical activity following a complex pilot intervention to tackle childhood obesity in a deprived inner-London community: an observational cohort study’ – Charanpreet Bijlani, SPHR pre-doctoral fellow
If you are unable to attend the conference, but would like to find out more about SPHR or any of the research above, please contact us at email@example.com.