Patients’ evaluations of doctors’ interpersonal skills are used to assess quality of care. In both the UK and the US, certain minority ethnic groups report lower patient experience scores compared to the majority population. For example, the English General Practice Patient Survey found that South Asian groups report particularly low scores compared to the White […]
The PHG Foundation’s latest report, Epidemiology, Risk and Causation has just been released. In 2007 the PHG Foundation began funding research into conceptual and methodological issues arising in connection with epidemiology and population health. In contrast to the focus of traditional bioethics, the aim of this research has been to explore methodological (rather than purely ethical) issues, […]
Cambridge Institute of Public Health mentioned in Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution blog in which the Food Revolution Team report on the outcomes of the Cambridge Conference On NCDs. Professor Nick Wareham was one of a distinguished panel of speakers.