SEMINAR: Can specific approaches to community engagement help to reduce inequalities in health?

SPHR@L Seminar Series
NIHR School for Public Health Research @ LSHTM
Can specific approaches to community engagement help to reduce inequalities in health?
A mixed-methods evidence synthesis
Speakers: James Thomas, Alison O’Mara-Eves and Ginny Brunton (from Institute of Education)
Thursday, 10th October 2013
Time: 5:15-6:30 pm
Venue: Faculty Meeting Room (G9) 
LSHTM, 15-17 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9SH
Reception to follow

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  The national School for Public Health Research is funded by the NHS National Institute for Health Research across eight university research centres in England to do work on the new public health system in local authorities.

SPHR@L is led by Mark Petticrew, Karen Lock and Judy Green in the Public Health & Policy Faculty.
The aim of the work programme at LSHTM is to engage with local government stakeholders in the production of new evaluative research focussed on their evidence needs and appropriate to their decision-making processes, to improve action on the social determinants of health.
This series of seminars focusses on current issues in UK public health research and practice, and the role of research evidence in public policy.