We aim to support practitioners and policy makers to actively seek out high quality research evidence to inform their decisions by making our outputs practical, relevant, accessible and timely. This website provides up-to-date access to this research. Resources that are available on this website that provide access to this research includes:
Project pages – Each of our projects has its own project page. These can be found under the ‘research section’ of the website. Each project page hosts the resources that are relevant to that project including (where available); details of the researchers working on the project, a project summary, information on what the work means for public health professionals, research briefings, publications and other resources.
Research briefings – These documents provide a concise, comprehensive overview of a piece of research. They have been written with a public health professional audience in mind and are useful, plain English, tools that summarise the research, the key findings and any potential policy implications.
As well as being available on the relevant project webpage, we have a research briefings repository which can be found here.
Publications – Publications that detail our work can be found both on the relevant project page, and on the publication page here.