Our research programme focuses on inequalities in health status, and the provision and quality of care. LPCT colleagues work very closely with the study teams in the design, development, and dissemination of the research. The Institute aims to produce research which combines top quality academic rigour and credibility with maximum impact in supporting the PCT to understand and tackle health inequalities in Liverpool.
Currently, projects undertaken through and funded by the Institute, cover the themes of alcohol, obesity, cancer and mental health, are across the life course from pre-birth, through childhood to adults and address the implications for both practice and policy. Further details of the projects can be found by following the links below.
The Arts and Public Health: a review of the literature on outcomes and impact. PI - Professor M Gabbay. Contribute studies to the review.
LivHIR represents an important milestone in building relationships between academics, health practitioners and commissioners in the health arena that will help us tackle health inequalities more effectively and better serve the needs of the local population.
- Professor Mark Gabbay, Director of LivHIR
Institute of Population Health Sciences,
University of Liverpool
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