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19 May 2016
This workshop focuses on physical activity in an ageing population. It features a plenary from Bob Laventure (Loughborough University) on active ageing, followed by presentations and workshops on…
 
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Pupils from deprived areas are about as likely to attend a school rated ‘satisfactory’ or ‘inadequate’ as wealthier pupils are likely to attend a school rated ‘outstanding’.
 
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The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission has published research showing that working-class applicants struggle to get access to top jobs in the UK.
 
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Middle-class professionals think they know better than health experts and continue to drink wine most nights to show where they belong in society and that they are "sophisticated" and "respectable",…
 
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08 May 2015
The conference will be a showcase for the most innovative work in a wide range of public health topics. Abstract submissions are invited on work that demonstrates evidence into action, introducing…
 
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26 Apr 2017
Wolfson Annual Lecture presented by Prof. Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford University.
 
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Research showing that being overweight or obese in late adolescence may be associated with future colorectal cancer risk.
 
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In England, estimates suggest that over 15,000 people die from alcohol-related illnesses each year. This analysis explores trends in alcohol-specific activity in hospitals in England. It also…
 
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A mixed methods field study. The UK has one of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world. This study tested the feasibility of a financial incentive intervention to increase breastfeeding in areas…
 
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Research from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) reveals taking aspirin can significantly reduce the risk of developing – and dying from – the major cancers of the digestive tract.
 
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