The School welcomes nine interns on to the SPHR summer internship programme for 2023. The scheme offers undergraduate students with an interest in public health the opportunity to carry out a 6-8-week project supervised by SPHR Early Career Researcher (ECRs), Fellows and PhD students. These internships aim to give undergraduates a first-hand opportunity to gain greater experience in the field of public health research.
Find out more about our internships in Public Health research
Ivory Wang, University of Bristol: What self-harm and suicide prevention and postvention guidance currently exists in the UK for education and youth organisations, and for statutory and third sector organisations that provide support?
Victoria Balogun, Imperial College London: Relationships between the physical environment and young people’s mental health
Oscar Sharples, University of Cambridge: Public Mental Health Conceptual Framework- evidence update
Tharuka Arachchige, PHRESH: Low income and subjective wellbeing – what are the drivers of subjective wellbeing among low-income groups?
Ben Pope, University of Sheffield: Analysis of inequalities in harms in the night-time economy
Scarlett Carling, Fuse: Targeted mental health interventions in U.K. schools: A systematic review and narrative synthesis
Alya Mazlan, LiLaC: Exploring policies and interventions to reduce ethnic and socio-economic inequalities in birth outcomes in the UK
Bethany Henshaw, Fuse: Community views across Gateshead on the provision and promotion of active travel
Nina Buxton-Madgin, University of Exeter: Support systems for self-harm and suicide