Project NumberLead InstitutionCo-ApplicantProject LeadProject Full TitleMethods
01StirlingMartine SteadMartine SteadWhat is the longer-term response of smokers and ex-smokers to standardised packaging and how does standardised packaging impact on health inequalities?Secondary data analysis of ATPS (longituninal online survey).
02YorkMark SculpherSusan GriffinWider societal benefits of public health interventions and their impact on distributional cost effectiveness analysisReview of evidence; qualitative research; plus development of new economic evaluation methods involving raning and prioritisation of outcomes.
03YorkAmanda SowdenAmanda SowdenReducing lifestyle risk behaviours in disadvantaged groups: evidence mapping and synthesisScoping review and mapping.
04LiverpoolMargaret WhiteheadDavid Taylor-RobinsonAddressing inequalities in ‘Children in Need’: A population linkage study to inform policyAnalysis of linked anonymised data at individual and household level across related data sets.
05CambridgeMartin WhiteMartin White/ Jean AdamsTheorising and measuring intervention agency, and exploring relationships with intervention effectiveness, equity and acceptabilitySystematic review; development of typology of PH interventions.
06YorkHilary GrahamHilary GrahamPublic perceptions of the health risks of climate change and priorities for actionUK-wide quantitative surveys of adults aged ?18 years;and a qualitative study of those aged ?15 years living in England.
07StirlingMartine Stead/ Alison FordMartine SteadA synthesis review of research exploring the response of consumers, the tobacco industry and retailers to standardised packaging in the UKEvidence synthesis.
08StirlingMartine SteadSean SempleRapid evaluation and modelling of changes in personal exposure to fine particulate air pollution (PM2.5) and related consequences for health and behaviour during the response to the Covid-19 epidemic in the United KingdomQualitative telephone interviews; Data collection of PM2.5 data from outdoor air monitoring stations around the UK; Modelling changes in personal exposure using census data.
09LSHTMMark PetticrewKiran NanchahalShort-term evaluation of the PHIRST (“Public Health Intervention Responsive Studies Teams”) schemeQualitative in-depth interviews.
10LSHTMMark PetticrewCicely MarstonRoutes: New ways to talk about COVID-19 for better health. Focus on Gypsy Roma and Traveller communities, and migrant workers in precarious jobsParticipatory research; co-production.
11NewcastleAshley AdamsonSheena RamseyLearning from the ‘Everyone In’ approach to providing mental and physical health support (including substance misuse), and how this can be translated to future policy and practiceEvidence review; Qualitative interviews and focus groups; PPI including ‘lived experience’.
12YorkAmanda SowdenAmanda SowdenReducing lifestyle risk behaviours in disadvantaged groups: evidence synthesis (Phase 2)Evidence synthesis (Overview of Reviews).
13LSHTMMark PetticrewRobert HughesEvidence Collections to inform public health and climate policiesEvidence review; rapid mapping review of stakeholder priorities; production of Evidence Collections
14LSHTMMark PetticrewKaye WellingsPromoting sexual health in older adultsRapid evidence synthesis; workshops to capture user voice.
15NatCenRosa LauPriya KhambhaitaNon-opiate and cannabis drug use in ethnic minority communitiesScoping review; quantative secondary data analysis; qualitative interviews with stakeholders and drug users.
16StirlingAllison FordAllison FordUnderstanding the long-term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on women’s access and attitudes to contraception in EnglandIn-depth interviews.
17LSHTMMark PetticrewSuzanne TaylorPPI Implementation in Public Health Policy ResearchQualitative in-depth interviews.
18StirlingAllison FordCrawford MoodieTesting the optimal design of health-promoting pack inserts and dissuasive cigarettesLiterature review; focus groups; surveys;design and production of messaging.