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Evidence to Policy Blog

The Evidence to Policy Blog is a place for researchers and policymakers to reflect on the process of evidence-based policy making. Often serendipitous, frequently frustrating and occasionally exhilarating this transfer of knowledge at the nexus of cutting edge research and politically accountable policymaking provides opportunity to change communities, generations and nations.

Hope and change

Hope and climate change

Learn how the Baroness Scotland is driving the Commonwealth of Nations towards climate change drawdown

Exploring our Oceans

What do the Oceans mean to you?

As the UN meets for The Oceans Conference Professor Rachel Mills discusses how Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) can raise public awareness of the Earth's oceans

Prof Hanson

Fed up with obesity?

Professor Mark Hanson picks over current WHO and UK government strategies to tackling childhood obesity and how the interventions the University of Southampton have created in response to these policy drivers.

Profressor McGroarty

Pensions, benefits and Blockchain

Professor Frank McGroarty reports on how industry and regulators are looking to Blockchain to address interoperability in the pensions market

Dr Brown and Sir Desmond Swayne

Royal Society Pairing Scheme

Dr Sally Brown shares her experience of the Royal Society's Pairing Scheme which matches policymakers and researchers in order to build networks and understanding of each others role in evidence-based policymaking

End of life green image

Together at the end of life

Dr Aliki Karapliagkou looks at the history, present and future of volunteer led provision of end of life care.

Power partnering and policy change

Power Partnering & Policy Change

Read how Dr Thomas Richardson has partnered with the Money & Mental Health Policy Institute to highlight the relationship between mental health and debt which has recently been cited by the Prime Minister.

NAMRIP

Tackling AntiMicrobial Resistance

Professor Timothy Leighton defines the effects of antimicrobial resistance and urges global funders to consider two key policy recommendations in order to tackle this potentially devastating global challenge.

Clare Bridge

Bridging the gap

Richard Smith, PhD candidate studying at NOCS and current intern at the Centre for Science and Policy discusses life at the nexus of evidence and policy.

Trust and honesty

Interloping in the world of LA research

Dr Andrew Power, Lecturer in Human Geography, examines the space for researchers to engage directly with user-led organisations and how Local Authorities are responding.

A&E

Influencing NHS decision making

Dr Honora Smith, Lecturer in Operational Research (OR), addresses the nebulous nature of the NHS and where this leaves the data hungry researcher.

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From the archive

 Happy families? Male acceptance of equality in the home could define the future May 12, 2016 9.00am BST Arise, Sir Adequate Father. Thomas Hawk/Flickr, CC BY-NC

Happy families?

Dr Agnese Vitali & Dr Ann Berrington examine how changing male attitudes to equality are shaping the next generation.

Test tubes

Who's afraid of the Big Bad Zika Virus?

Dr Michael Head is a Senior Research Fellow in Infectious Diseases and Research Investment Analyses in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton.

Together at the end of life

Together at the end of life

Dr Aliki Karapliagou studies Sociology and is particularly interested in social inequalities in health and end-of-life care.

HED

Higher Education Digest

Join Gavin Costigan, Director Public Policy|Southampton, as he reviews policy and funding changes in Higher Education

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