Health

Given the importance to health policy of having access to the best evidence, and the excellence of biomedical research in Cambridge, it's no surprise that policy makers in this area continue to be strongly represented in CSaP's network.

Health

Innovation management by global health entrepreneurs

For diseases like TB, logistical and societal factors may be larger barriers to treatment than either drug innovation or affordability. Julia Fan Li outlined the role that entrepreneurship ...

Ageing and Public Health

Considering ways to achieve independent living for the elderly without isolation.

The CSaP Policy Challenge on Ageing investigated ways to develop a future vision of what an ageing society might look like, and the benefits to society.

Health

Realising genomic medicine: intellectual property issues

On 1 May the Centre for Science and Policy hosted a workshop in association with the Centre for Law Medicine and Life Sciences at the University of Cambridge. ...

Health

CSaP Annual Conference 2012: Risk and uncertainty

On 8 March 2012 – the very day that the BBC declared that solar storms threatened to “wreak havoc with satellites or power grids” – many of the ...

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Health

The benefits of play in middle childhood: what the research shows

On 9 April 2015 a workshop was held at the Faculty of Education and Homerton College to discuss what is known about the benefits of play in middle ...