The NIHR Public Health PRU (PH-PRU) conducts public health research with a social determinants focus, delivered within four broad themes: Understanding what determines people’s physical and mental health, and health behaviours; identifying, developing and evaluating effective and cost effective PH interventions; generating evidence to inform strategies to reduce inequalities in health; and developing new theory and methods, and new ways to apply them to public health challenges.
Assessing the longer-term impact of standardised packaging of tobacco
Changing lifestyle risk behaviours in disadvantaged groups: evidence synthesis
Wider societal benefits (WSBs) of public health interventions
Addressing inequalities in ‘Children in Need’: A population linkage study to inform policy
Theorising and measuring intervention agency, and exploring relationships with intervention effectiveness, equity and acceptability
Public perceptions of the health risks of climate change and priorities for action