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An individual’s health is a composite of multiple behaviours. However, health research and policy is traditionally siloed in its approach. We aim to:
- Deliver multi-behaviour interventions and observational research
- Utilise big data and AI to understand the impact of integrated behaviour on health and its modifiers
- Innovative in the approachs to deliver effective multi-level behaviour change
ResearchersProf. Anne-Marie Minihane Dr Felix Naughton Prof. Kristy Sanderson Prof. Wendy Hardeman Prof. Dylan Edwards Adam Clarke Prof. Andy Jones Dr Caitlin Notley Prof. Carol Brayne Emma Taylor Prof. Eneida Mioshi Prof. Fiona Poland James Boddy James Leeming Prof. Jennifer Whitty Prof. Jeremy Turner Louise Smith Prof. Michael Hornberger Dr Peter Curtis Prof. Peter Jones Dr Sarah Hanson Prof. Steve Feast Prof. Susan Fairweather-Tait Prof. Tony Arthur Prof. Chris Fox Phil Steele Sean Pasque
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Norwich Institute of Healthy Ageing – Initial Partner Symposium
Join us online on Monday, 1st of February at 13.00, for the Norwich Institute of Healthy Ageing (NIHA) Initial Partner Symposium with keynote speaker Professor Sir Michael G. Marmot.
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Flour power in our daily bread
There are few foods more satisfying than a chunk of white bread when we are seeking comfort food. Unfortunately, white bread is not one of our healthiest food choices.