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How can we do a better job of setting research agendas with communities?

By Bridget Pratt (University of Melbourne) The status quo: Communities lack a say Community engagement is gaining prominence in global health research. Growing consensus about the importance of community representation and participation for ethical research means research institutions and funding … Continue reading

BLOG: Devolution could improve health by focusing on area-based regeneration

Past regeneration programmes that improved housing and the local environment were linked with better health. Devolved institutions should learn from them, argues Richard Crisp. Devolved institutions should upgrade housing and the physical environment in their most disadvantaged neighbourhoods if they … Continue reading