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Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Sharing Success

Welcome

The Newton Suite has 3 fire exits clearly marked:

- main entrance

- door to left of the room onto the green outside

- door to the right, through the Ballroom

Our assembly point is behind Pizza Hut, Regent Street

Our duty first aider can be located via Reception

Recording in video/audio

Twitter: @InstPubHealth

#CIPHAwayDay14


Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Sharing Success

Programme

Carol Brayne: Sharing Success

Julian Flowers: The Future of Health Intelligence

SESSION ONE: Environment, Behaviour and Health – Theresa Marteau with

Gareth Hollands,Thomas Burgoine, Eleanor Winpenny

Fiona Walter, introduced by Christi Deaton

SESSION TWO: Patterns and Predictions – Paul Pharaoh with Kay-Tee Khaw, Adam Butterworth and Deborah Thompson

LUNCH AND POSTERS

Craig Brierley, introduced by Martin Roland

SESSION THREE: Innovative Methodologies – Martin Roland with Adrian Mander and Sophie Moore

SESSION FOUR: Improving Policy and Services – Nick Wareham with Mark Reacher, Shirlene Badger and Laura O’Connor

Carol Brayne: Round-up

Kay-Tee Khaw: Poster Award presentations



Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Our challenges

  • New global challenges

  • Longer lives and multi-morbidity

  • Persisting inequalities

  • Competing interests

  • Access to knowledge/evidence and health intelligence for decision-makers


Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Our Strengths

  • Research strengths:

  • Aetiological effects of genetic, developmental, lifestyle and environmental determinants of major chronic diseases

  • Behavioural change to improve health

  • Population-based research

  • Primary care and health services research


Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Our Strengths

  • Methodological strengths:

  • Epidemiology

  • Behavioural psychology

  • Statistical methods and their applications

  • Analysis and interpretation of population health data


Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Our Strengths

  • Teaching and training capacity:

  • Enabled by partnership - University/MRC Units/PHE

  • Specialist public health training for undergrad med students

  • Strong tradition of research training

  • Continuing education for ph professionals


Cambridge Institute of Public Health:

Translational capacity

Multi-disciplinary responses to global challenges

  • Connections to decision-makers on key questions:

  • obesity…screening/diagnosis…dementia

  • From the heart of Cambridge Biomedical Campus

  • strategic links with clinical and service organisations





Public Health across Cambridge:

Our Vision

Towards a new building for public health


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