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New evidence review identifies effective recommendations to tackle the global dementia crisis

12 March 2024

In a recent publication in The Lancet eClinicalMedicine, researchers at Cambridge Public Health have identified 26 evidence-based interventions for reducing population dementia risk. With global prevalence of dementia predicted to almost triple by 2050, the study underscores the urgency of implementing population-level...

Global call for collaborators: New GOAL-Trauma study seeks to advance trauma care worldwide

7 March 2024

Every year, over 5 million people die from traumatic injuries worldwide, highlighting the urgent need for advancements in trauma care. To address this critical issue, the GOAL-Trauma study, co-funded by the University of Cambridge, is calling upon doctors, researchers, and health-care professionals from across the globe to...

Special Interest Group: Brain health across the life course in highly diverse populations

1 March 2024

This Special Interest Group (SIG) invites researchers interested in the interconnected health and social determinants which impact brain health as we age. With a special emphasis on individuals with protected characteristics and highly diverse communities, we aim to enhance inclusion in research for those consistently...

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