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Population Health

Partners

Working with external organisations locally, nationally and internationally enriches our research as well as the teaching and  training we offer.

Partnerships and collaborations

Members of the Population Health USRG have partnerships and collaborations with researchers based in other universities and research organisations and work closely with health delivery agencies around the world. We welcome strategic partnerships that signal a committment to enhancing population health 

Health Effects of Ultrasound in Air (HEFUA)

Pest scarers on roof tops or in gardens, and the use of ultrasound signals to monitor the integrity of sound reproduction systems in public spaces expose a diverse population. It may well be that the exposure levels are sufficiently low, even for children, to generate no adverse effects, but measurements are extremely scarce and could not have been traced to standards, which are only now being formulated. Across the UK, members of the public (e.g. tower block tenants) attribute adverse health effects to exposure from such commercial devices. Find out more...

Wessex Public Health Network hold regular meetings to exchange ideas and share research and projects
Wessex Public Health Network CPD

Local partners

Local partners include the public health departments in the local authorities in Portsmouth, Hampshire and Southampton. We also work closely with the Wessex Deanery, Health Education Wessex, Public Health England (Wessex), Wessex Public Health Network, Wessex Global Health Network and Solent NHS Trust

National partners

National partners include:

The Department For International Development

National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)

Public Health England

Inernational partners

International partners include:
World Universities Network
The World Bank

Centre for Public Health Research, Nanjing University

world we want organisation
Health in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
A Speaker at the Health Literacy session, WUN Public Health conference in Southampton, May 2012
WUN Public Health conference
Delegates during Southampton's WUN Public Health conference, May 2012
WUN Public Health conference 2012

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