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Our aims are to:
- Develop, refine, adapt and evaluate population-based randomised control trials (RCTs) and other interventions
- Interventions targeting upstream economic, environmental and geographical, social and cultural determinants of health-related behaviour,
- Interventions which promote the uptake and long-term implementation of effective and cost-effective interventions in routine practice and policy.
ResearchersProf. Morag Farquhar Prof. Peter Jones Prof. Alastair Forbes Prof. Anne Marie Minihane Prof. Cathie Martin Prof. Federica Di Palma Dr Helen Parretti Prof. Ian Charles Dr Paul Kroon Dr Peter Curtis Prof. Simon Carding Prof. Susan Fairweather-Tait Adam Clarke Prof. Amanda Howe Prof. Andrew Fearne Prof. Andy Jones Dr Beatriz de la Iglesia Prof. Caitlin Notley Prof. Carol Brayne Prof. David Wright Dr Ed Wilson Prof. Eneida Mioshi Dr Felix Naughton Prof. Fiona Poland Helen Oliver James Boddy James Bullion Jamie Sutterby Prof. Jeremy Turner Dr Karen Milton Dr Kath Mares Katie McGhee Prof. Kristy Sanderson Dr Louise Smith Prof. Max Bachmann Dr Michael Twigg Prof. Sally Hardy Dr Sarah Hanson Prof. Steve Feast Prof. Tony Arthur Prof. Valerie Pomeroy Prof. Wendy Hardeman Dr Zarnie Khadjesari Prof. Michael Müller Dr David Vauzour Prof. Bill Fraser Prof. Chris Fox Dr Donnie Cameron
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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.