This month, the University of Cambridge will be profiling research that addresses public health. To begin, Professor Carol Brayne, Director of the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, explains how the goals of a new University Strategic Network, PublicHealth @ Cambridge, will generate fresh insight into the health and well-being of populations.
Eight leading academic centres, including the Cambridge Institute for Public Health (CIPH), are to begin a collaboration that will play a key role in increasing the evidence base for effective public health practice.
A new Cambridge-led study has examined the past 60 years of incidence data on psychotic disorders in England in the hope that the data can reveal clues about the possible social factors which appear to underpin such conditions.
Patient information reveals women, young people, ethnic minorities and people with less common cancers have the highest number of pre-referral consultations.
New research unit to focus on how to change behaviours responsible for the majority of premature deaths worldwide.