These case studies of public health policy impact span an array of disciplines, and feature University of Cambridge researchers at various career levels engaging with policy at local to international levels.
We hope that these case studies will inspire and encourage researchers to think about knowledge exchange and how they can maximise the impact of their work. And we hope that everyone can appreciate our collective potential for impact on public health and wellbeing.
Read one of our newest case studies about how Dr Louise Lafortune contributed to NICE’s first ever guidelines on mid-life approaches to delaying or preventing the onset of dementia.
You can also learn about how Dr De Angelis and colleagues’ novel approach to estimating the HIV burden is used to obtain UK official annual HIV prevalence estimates and impact policy.
More case studies are available on the menu to the left.