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Cambridge Public Health


Our research is organised into five public health topics. Five further cross-cutting themes represent different approaches to examining these topics.


Read more at: Life-Course and Ageing
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Life-Course and Ageing

Harnessing opportunities and addressing challenges of an ageing world

Read more at: Health Inequalities
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Health Inequalities

Promoting health equity through research

Read more at: Global Health
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Global Health

Connecting people and ideas to improve global health and wellbeing

Read more at: Sustainability
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Exploring the links between health, climate change and sustainability

Read more at: Public Mental Health
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Public Mental Health

Research and collaboration to achieve positive mental health outcomes

Read more at: Ethical, Legal and Social Implications
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Ethical, Legal and Social Implications

Read more at: Technology and systems
Advanced technology, collection of patient tests on the monitor during surgery.

Technology and systems

Using an engineer’s eye to identify challenges in health and care systems

Read more at: Evidence Synthesis
Evidence synthesis theme

Evidence Synthesis

Supporting public health researchers in developing evidence synthesis skills

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.