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The latest updates on our primary care research and teaching.

Eight priorities identified for tobacco control research

Eight priorities identified for tobacco control research

Health behaviours Public engagement

A new set of research priorities to support tobacco control will help ensure future research provides the greatest benefit to public health and value for money, according to an international group led by Oxford University researchers.

Experts set out plan to tackle “questionable integrity” of medical evidence

Experts set out plan to tackle “questionable integrity” of medical evidence

Public engagement Research methods & EBM

Manifesto aims to develop more trustworthy evidence to improve healthcare

Talking about healthy, happy eating

Talking about healthy, happy eating

Public engagement Health behaviours Clinical trials

Department members take part in the 2017 Oxfordshire Science Festival

EBM researchers featured on BBC Panorama programme

EBM researchers featured on BBC Panorama programme

Public engagement Research methods & EBM

The programme uncovers a lack of supporting evidence for claims about fertility treatment "add-ons", and is backed up by Oxford-led research reported in the BMJ.

Evidence Aid launches partnership with CEBM

Evidence Aid launches partnership with CEBM

Research methods & EBM Public engagement Global perspective

The new joint partnership aims to promote the use of evidence in the humanitarian sector.

VC's public engagement award presented to Professor Trish Greenhalgh and IRIHS team

VC's public engagement award presented to Professor Trish Greenhalgh and IRIHS team

Public engagement Awards & appointments Digital health & innovation

A project developed by the IRIHS group to develop assisted-living technologies for older people with complex needs is one of five recognised from the Medical Sciences Division.

Talking about smoking at the Oxfordshire Science Festival

Talking about smoking at the Oxfordshire Science Festival

Public engagement Health behaviours

Crowds gathered to discuss the latest evidence on smoking cessation and share their own experiences.

What’s next for tobacco addiction research?

What’s next for tobacco addiction research?

Public engagement Health behaviours

Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group listen to stakeholders as part of their 20th anniversary celebrations.

Susan Jebb awarded 2015 John Maddox Prize for standing up for science

Susan Jebb awarded 2015 John Maddox Prize for standing up for science

Awards & appointments Public engagement

Professor of Diet and Population Health recognised for tackling misconceptions about diet

The widespread dangers of bad medicine

The widespread dangers of bad medicine

Public engagement Research methods & EBM

Guy Collender reports from the Harms in Healthcare event, part of Oxford University's Alumni Weekend on Saturday 19 September 2015.

Speed bumps research wins Ig Nobel Prize

Speed bumps research wins Ig Nobel Prize

Awards & appointments Public engagement Infection & acute care

Oxford primary care researchers awarded prize for showing effectiveness of speed bumps for ruling out possible appendicitis.

60 seconds with Dr Ann Van den Bruel

60 seconds with Dr Ann Van den Bruel

Public engagement Research

OxfordMedSci News profiles diagnostics researcher

Myth-busting commonly used and abused terms in health care

Myth-busting commonly used and abused terms in health care

Public engagement Research methods & EBM

Professor Carl Heneghan features on BBC Radio 4 – Inside Health

Oxford ScienceGrrl Chapter opens

Oxford ScienceGrrl Chapter opens

Athena SWAN Public engagement

Oxford primary care researchers celebrate women in science through local grassroots organisation.

Taking research into the community during science week

Taking research into the community during science week

Public engagement

Department researchers promote healthy lifestyle choices and celebrate women in science at events across Oxford, Abingdon and beyond.

'Tobacco policies teach us how to tackle obesity'

'Tobacco policies teach us how to tackle obesity'

Research in action Public engagement Health behaviours

Professor Susan Jebb delivers this year's Oxford London Lecture, in association with the Times. Watch the lecture here.

Professor Susan Jebb to deliver the Oxford London Lecture

Professor Susan Jebb to deliver the Oxford London Lecture

Public engagement Health behaviours

"Knowledge, nudge and nanny: opportunities to improve the nation’s diet"

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