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Read more at: Applications open for the Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Innovation

Applications open for the Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Innovation

20 January 2023

The new Healthcare Innovation Programme aims to enhance the ability of people to innovate in the healthcare sector. It comprises three stacked courses progressing from the PgCert, through the PgDip and then on to the MSt, applying and enrolling each year for the corresponding award. Applications for the first course, the...


Read more at: Professor Gordon Harold appointed as new co-director of Cambridge Public Health
Professor Gordon Harold, co-director of Cambridge Public Health

Professor Gordon Harold appointed as new co-director of Cambridge Public Health

30 November 2022

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Child Development and Mental Health expert Professor Gordon Harold as a co-director of Cambridge Public Health. He will work alongside Professor Carol Brayne and Professor John Clarkson to support the leadership of the Centre across the Schools of the University. “It is a...


Read more at: Why social and commercial factors matter for neurological health
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Why social and commercial factors matter for neurological health

17 November 2022

A new paper, published to commemorate the 20 th anniversary of The Lancet Neurology , highlights the crucial role that social and commercial factors play in influencing neurological health and calls for research to focus on these upstream determinants of health. The paper provides an overview of neurological research and...


Read more at: Rethinking health for all: a new vision for sustainable and achievable progress
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Rethinking health for all: a new vision for sustainable and achievable progress

19 October 2022

New policy brief outlines actions required to improve health for the whole population


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.