Research and analysis

Research prioritisation: workshop series

Findings from workshops by PHE, to prioritise research needs in dementia, obesity, best start in life and evaluation of public health interventions.

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Dementia: workshop series to support prioritisation of research

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Obesity: workshop series to support prioritisation of research

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Best start in life: workshop series to support prioritisation of research

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Evaluation: workshop series to support prioritisation of research

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Cross-cutting themes: workshop series to support prioritisation of research

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Details

The Research Translation & Innovation division hosted 4 workshops, culminating in 5 reports to look at the issues surrounding research, barriers and gaps in knowledge.

Attendees included academics, research funders, policy-makers and programme leads from PHE, the NHS and academia.

Three of the topics covered are among the PHE priorities set out in its 2014 publication From evidence into action: opportunities to protect and improve the nation’s health:

  • Obesity
  • Dementia
  • Best start in life
  • Evaluation of public health interventions

Cross cutting themes emerged from the first 3 workshops and are detailed in the cross cutting themes report.

Published 18 August 2015