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Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Useful Links

Disclaimer: The Institute does not assume any responsibility for information obtained beyond this point. All hyperlinks accessible below are outside of our domain.

Links to associated organisations:

  • The Centre for Translational Research in Public Health - FUSE

    a collaboration between the five universities and partner organisations across the North East of England, funded by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration, dedicated to transforming public health through the application of knowledge in policy and practice.

    Wolfson Staff Involved:
    • - Prof David Hunter, Deputy Director of the CTPRH
    • - Prof Ray Hudson, Associate Director of the CTPRH
    • - Prof Greg Rubin, Research theme and strand lead, CTPRH
    • - Prof Carolyn Summerbell, Research theme and strand lead, CTPRH
    • - Prof John Wilkinson, Research theme and strand lead, CTPRH

  • UK Public Health Association - UKPHA

    a unifying and powerful voice for the public's health and well being in the UK, focusing on the need to eliminate inequalities in health, promote sustainable development and combat anti-health forces.

    Wolfson Staff Involved:

Links to associated funders:

  • National Institute for Health Research - NIHR

    The NHS funding body for health research in the UK. 
  • Economic and Social Research Council -  ESRC

    The UK's leading agency for research funding and training in economic and social sciences
  • National Prevention Research Initiative - NPRI

    A national initiative made up of government departments, research councils and major medical charities that are working together to encourage and support research into chronic disease prevention. Its core aim is to develop and implement successful, cost-effective interventions that reduce people's risk of developing major diseases by influencing their health behaviours