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Public Health
How is the population’s health affected by the interaction of the social, cultural, physical and economic environment with personal preferences, tastes and interests?  How far should government’s seek to affect this interaction?  Comments, perspectives and evidence from my recent research will appear here.

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3 thoughts on “Public Health

  1. HOPES FOR A LEGACY FROM THE OLYMPIC GAMES SHOULD FOCUS ON COMMUNITY NOT SPORT

    A report in the British Medical Journal on a keynote presentation I gave to the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Health Promotion and Education in June 2011. Focuses on the health legacies that are possible but, also on policy failings that make such legacy improbable.
    http://www.bmj.com/content/343/bmj.d4204.full

    Posted by ProfMikeWeed | July 18, 2011, 7:05 pm
  2. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT: WHAT SHOULD WE RECOMMEND?

    A blog post reviewing the physical science and behavioural science evidence, and suggesting strategies for engaging the least active with physical activity and sport… https://profmikeweed.wordpress.com/2011/01/16/physical-activity-and-sport-what-should-we-recommend/

    Posted by ProfMikeWeed | January 16, 2011, 5:05 pm
  3. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF EVIDENCE FOR THE POTENTIAL OF LIVE SITES TO GENERATE COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH OUTCOMES

    A recent report from SPEAR on the potential of city centre big screens to contribute to public health.
    http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/social-applied-sciences/sport-science-tourism-and-leisure/SPEAR/Documents/Live%20Sites%20.pdf

    Posted by ProfMikeWeed | December 9, 2010, 9:36 am

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