One of the government's top scientific advisors visited representatives from Fuse and Public Health South Tees, to understand how research can help address the public health challenges in Teesside, including promoting healthier diets.
An embedded researcher is required to work within Well Newcastle Gateshead jointly funded by Newcastle and Gateshead Local Authorities with Well North
Durham University and the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) are inviting applications for a three-year PhD Studentship, available from 1st September 2019.
Working alongside Prof Clare Bambra and Dr Heather Brown, you will be expected to design and conduct econometric and/or epidemiological studies of health inequalities – using UK and international data.
Researchers from Fuse continue to work with NHS Trusts to promote new methods of encouraging pregnant women not to smoke.
A call for abstracts has been announced for The Lancet Public Health Science 2019: A National Conference Dedicated to New Research in UK Public Health, to be held in London, UK on November 29, 2019.
By building capacity and capability in public health research, a report shows how the legacy of a UK-wide network of centres of excellence has helped fuel future public health and prevention research.
A smaller portion of fish and chips has been embraced by takeaway owners and customers, research has found and may well be healthier for us.
Campaigners and academics who have long warned about the dangers of energy drinks are urging the Government to press ahead with proposals to restrict the sale of them to children.
Thousands of people in the North East do not receive the help they need to tackle their mental health problems, concludes a powerful new report.
Poor health has been linked with the North’s poor productivity for the first time in a major new report led by a Fuse researcher.
Universal Credit is bad for health and wellbeing, say leading academics from Fuse in a new study commissioned by Gateshead Council.
An innovative new research project is examining ways to help new and expectant mothers in disadvantaged areas stay fit and healthy, both during and after pregnancy.
A Fuse academic who has long warned about the dangers of energy drinks has welcomed the proposal to ban the sale of them to children.
Fuse is delighted to confirm sustained funding of the core Fuse administrative posts and research activities thanks to contributions from our partner Universities, secured to March 2022 in the first instance.
Fuse is delighted to announce that it has made two new academic appointments at Newcastle University.
A crackdown on the sale of energy drinks to under 16s has been welcomed by a Fuse academic who has long warned about the dangerous impact such drinks have on children.
Amelia Lake has addressed a House of Commons Select Committee in London on the impact of energy drinks on young people.
Sustained efforts to ensure mental health services are smoke free are reaping rewards for patients, visitors and staff.
On May 8-10, 2018, over 170 delegates and speakers from across Canada, the US, Australia, Europe and beyond will convene in Vancouver for Fuse 2018, the 4th Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health.
Ashley Adamson, Professor of Public Health Nutrition at Newcastle University has been appointed as a NIHR Senior Investigator.
A Fuse academic has visited Westminster to outline the evidence behind a call for age restrictions on the sale of energy drinks to young people.
An evaluation of the the Vanguard programme implemented by NHS England has uncovered a great deal of variation in the services provided.
Jamie Oliver joins Fuse academics, teachers and the largest education union to call for age restrictions on the sale of energy drinks to kids under 16.
Academics from Fuse have called for the UK government to consider restricting the sale of energy drinks to under-16s after finding that they are being sold to children ‘cheaper than water and pop’.
More needs to be done to provide guidance and support in schools to prevent mental health problems in young people, argues a new report by researchers from the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health (Fuse).