We have a lunchtime seminar series featuring our own researchers and invited speakers from academic, policy and third sector organisations. These seminars take place throughout the year and are open to students, staff and the general public.
We also organise and participate in various talks, workshops, debates, conferences and festivals to share our research and connect with people beyond academia.
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Our lunchtime seminars are usually held on a Thursday from 1-2pm at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, 200 Renfield St, Glasgow.
Please see below for details of our upcoming seminars.
For further information about the series, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|13/02/2020||Dr Mark Robinson, Public Health Intelligence Principal, Public Health Observatory, NHS Health Scotland||Improving the view of Scotland’s health: the influence of a public health observatory on informing and evaluating public policy in Scotland|
|27/02/2020||Prof John Ashton CBE||Practicing Public Health: An eyewitness account|
19 MarMinimum tobacco pricing could significantly improve the health of people living in Scotland’s most economically disadvantaged areas, experts say.
05 MarBE:COME project awarded half a million pounds by the National Institute for Health Research to examine the effectiveness of NHS and local government interventions to treat obesity.