"institute of population health" blog posts
Rebecca Evans wins STEM for Britain Award
Rebecca Evans, PhD candidate from the Department of Psychology, was awarded the Nutrition Society prize for her poster, in the biological and biosciences category at the prestigious annual STEM for Britain poster competition this week.
Posted on: 10 March 2023
World Hearing Day 2023: Ear and Hearing Care for Public Health Equity
To mark World Hearing Day, Dr Dalia Tsimpida, a Lecturer in Public Health and a proud member of the World Hearing Forum, highlights the importance of governments prioritising hearing health.
Posted on: 1 March 2023
Influencers for Influenza? How health researchers could use social media as a data source
Watching your favourite movie. Selling that old armchair. Or getting through a new bout of illness – whatever you want to talk about, social media is now a firmly mainstream way to do it. And with so many users, that’s a lot of information. However, we still haven’t tapped into the full potential of these data for scientific research, particularly for how they might shed light on the health needs of local communities.
Posted on: 28 February 2023
Top tips for Public Engagement & Involvement
We’re really lucky in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences to have such an amazing breadth of research, everything from lameness in sheep to maternal mental health.
Posted on: 24 February 2023
Hearing Public Health: Who is listening?
Dr Dalia Tsimpida, Lecturer in Public Health recently visited the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva and attended the Core Committee meeting of the World Hearing Forum, together with 40 global leaders in the area of public health policy-making for hearing health. Dalia explains what motivated her to work in this field and how she is aiming to make a difference and tackle hearing health inequalities.
Posted on: 2 December 2022
My First Paper: Liam Brierley
Liam Brierley, a research fellow within Health Data Science continues our 'My First Paper' Campaign, showcasing researchers and their research
Posted on: 23 November 2022
My First Paper: Mudasser I Panchbhaya
This week we continue our 'My First Paper' Campaign, showcasing our researchers and their research - with Mudasser I Panchbhaya a Lecturer and Researcher in Diagnostic Radiography from IPH.
Posted on: 13 October 2022
My First Paper: Jessica Henderson
This week we continue our 'My First Paper' Campaign, showcasing researchers and their research - with Dr Jessica Henderson, from Psychology, Institute of Population Health
Posted on: 4 August 2022