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Read more at: How to share your research with non-specialist audiences

How to share your research with non-specialist audiences

4 July 2023

Empowering Early Career Researchers to communicate research through the media.


Read more at: New video on how to succeed in obtaining research funding – tips for public health researchers

New video on how to succeed in obtaining research funding – tips for public health researchers

15 June 2023

This video is from a Cambridge Public Health event organised for early career researchers in April 2023, providing insights and advice on how to successfully apply for research funding. In the video, Dr Erica Cook, a Public Health Specialist from NIHR Research Design Services, provides an overview of the key public health...


Read more at: BJPsych Open podcast on refugee and asylum seekers’ mental health
Syrian refugees walking on street during daytime

BJPsych Open podcast on refugee and asylum seekers’ mental health

12 June 2023

Cambridge Public Health member Eolene Boyd-MacMillan discusses refugee and asylum seekers’ mental health on BJPsych Open podcast.


Read more at: Outcome measures from international older adult care home intervention research: a scoping review

Outcome measures from international older adult care home intervention research: a scoping review

30 May 2023

A new publication by Cambridge Public Health researchers and others highlights the urgent need to develop a consensus on useful and sensitive tools for care homes, measuring what matters most and in the most efficient and least burdensome way.


Read more at: Job opportunity: Research Assistant/Research Associate in Population Evidence and Data Science

Job opportunity: Research Assistant/Research Associate in Population Evidence and Data Science

23 May 2023

The Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge, is seeking a Research Assistant or Research Associate to support delivery of the Population Evidence and Data Science theme of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) in the East of England. The role involves contributing to the development, conduct, analysis and...


Read more at: The need for a population-level approach to Dementia Risk Reduction

The need for a population-level approach to Dementia Risk Reduction

17 May 2023

Existing systematic reviews of dementia primary prevention include almost exclusively evidence concerning individual-level interventions, and almost no evidence concerning population-level interventions. This is the finding of a new rapid review written by Cambridge Public Health researchers and published in The Journal of...


Read more at: New report on The Future of Ageing

New report on The Future of Ageing

25 April 2023

More must be done to ensure that the needs of older people are at the heart of research and innovation concerned with ageing.


Read more at: Half-day symposium promotes how technology & systems thinking can improve public health

Half-day symposium promotes how technology & systems thinking can improve public health

3 April 2023

CPH's recent event on technology & systems in public health, part of the 2023 Cambridge Festival, drew wide attention to the increasing importance of innovation in healthcare. Our speakers, which ranged from academics to healthcare professionals and startup CEOs, describes how, across the public health sphere...


Read more at: Lack of planning guidance prevents walking and cycling facilities
Green spaces in town have significant health benefits

Lack of planning guidance prevents walking and cycling facilities

1 March 2023

Professor Sir Michael Marmot and several other health and planning experts, including from Cambridge Public Health, have written to the Housing Secretary calling on him not to ignore health inequality in the Levelling Up Bill. The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill must include specific objectives that require authorities...


Read more at: Cambridge Planetary Health Seminar Series 2023

Cambridge Planetary Health Seminar Series 2023

6 February 2023

Cambridge Public Health is collaborating with Cambridge Zero and Darwin College on a series of events about planetary health this month. Global environmental change threatens our lives and civilisations like never before. Planetary health recognises that our existence health depends on flourishing natural systems. We are...


About us

Cambridge Public Health is an Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. We aim to build connections between researchers, foster collaborations with health professionals working outside of academia and conduct research that improves the health and wellbeing of populations. Find out more about us here.