Public Health Research - Methods and Challenges: 24-6 April 2012

posted on 06 July, 2011 by peter

Registration is now open for this conference on the big challenges facing translational research in population health.

The demand for strong population health evidence has never been greater, and methods for producing, appraising, synthesising and translating evidence are developing rapidly. The MRC Population Health Sciences Research Network, UKCRC Public Health Research Centres of Excellence and the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy are convening the first UK conference on population health research methods, with a focus on the big challenges facing translational research in population health. The conference will be held at the ICC Birmingham from 24-6 April 2012. The emphasis will be on generic methods and issues, and the event will appeal to the whole range of producers and users of population health evidence, including researchers, analysts, research funders and policymakers. To find out more, download the flyer. To register your interest and ensure you are kept up to date, go to the conference website

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