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Women in poor areas twice as likely to develop clinical anxiety as men

September 1, 2015

Women living in poor areas in the UK are almost twice as likely to develop clinical anxiety as women in…

Number of people with dementia in some Western European countries could be stabilising

August 21, 2015

Risk of dementia may be falling due to improved education and living conditions, and better prevention and treatment of vascular…

Why Public Health Research Matters – conference for CIPH members, 8th October

August 19, 2015

This half day conference on 8th October will explore how CIPH research actively contributes to improvements in population health and…

Innovative policy engagement project for public health – vacancy open until 23rd August

August 13, 2015

The Institute and Cambridge Public Health network have successfully attracted HEIF5 funds to recruit a new Policy Coordinator who will…

Dr Julio Frenk to give 2015 Cambridge Public Health Annual Lecture

July 23, 2015

The 2015 Annual Cambridge Public Health Lecture, organised by the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, will be delivered by Dr…

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