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Kate Farrington interviews SPCR doctoral student Charlotte Albury, who is a contributing author on Public Health England's step-by-step guide to conversations about weight management with children and families for health and care professionals.



Chef Tom Kerridge visited Oxford during this year's Oxfordshire Science Festival to talk about his diet with Professor Susan Jebb and an audience at the Sheldonian Theatre. Rebecca Nourse gives us the lowdown.



Jeremy Howick explores the health benefits of doing kind deeds.


The public can take many roles in research - particularly in projects where the aim is to co-create. Dr Lindson-Hawley describes her experience of engaging the public in their many forms in a project aiming to set new priorities for tobacco addiction researchers.


Ben Cranfield gives us a flavour of some of the projects he has been working on in the department.


Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, who has recently returned to the department following maternity leave, writes about her experiences of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) conference in Chicago.

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  • Let's Talk About Weight

    Kate Farrington

    Kate Farrington interviews SPCR doctoral student Charlotte Albury, who is a contributing author on Public Health England's step-by-step guide to conversations about weight management with children and families for health and care professionals.

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  • We are still going for Gold

    Richard Hobbs

    Following the EDU's Athena SWAN Awards announcement, where our department achieved a Silver renewal, Head of Department, Professor Richard Hobbs, reflects on our progress to date in creating a better workplace.

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