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Research Seminar Series

University of Salford Public Health Research Seminars – 2016

12– 1pm on Tuesdays in Mary Seacole Building MS167-168

Please find below details of the 2016 Public Health research seminar series. Information about each talk can be found by clicking the title, where you will also be able to register your interest in attending through the Eventbrite page.

DATE TITLE SPEAKER
2 Feb

 

Understanding and addressing inequalities in later life Prof James Nazroo

University of Manchester

9 Feb

 

Setting the guinea pigs free:

community-led behaviour change in Salford

Adrian Smith and Bruce Poole

Unique Improvements

16 Feb

 

Beyond Social: Health Internet of Things Abdul Razzaq

Director of Public Health

Trafford Council

23 Feb

 

Adult cycle training: understanding barriers to utility cycling Dr Greame Sherriff

University of Salford

8 Mar

 

The Deborah Baker Award: Female Genital Mutilation: why does the practice continue?

This seminar is followed by Lunch

Kate Walters
15 Mar

 

The Helen Prosser Award: The impact of place attachment on recovery from substance misuse and the implications of deprivation Ashley Carrick
12 Apr

 

Challenges in surveillance of vector-borne diseases – A case study of dengue fever in Taiwan Caoimhe McKerr

Health Protection England

19 Apr

 

Systematic Reviews, from evidence to practice Lucy O’Malley

University of Manchester

26 Apr Reducing Household Air Pollution in Low income countries; how can the public health community contribute? Dr Debbi Stanistreet

University of Liverpool