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  • 2 November 2016

    Strategic challenges for the health system

    The strategic challenges for the economic sustainability of the NHS was the topic of conversation at a recent CSaP Policy Fellow event held in the Department of Health
  • 20 October 2016

    Multi-level governance of climate change: CSaP Policy Workshop

    The Paris Agreement has been hailed as a major step in global climate change mitigation efforts, but how can different levels of governance work together to make the promises of Paris a reality? CSaP held a Policy Workshop bringing together climate specialists to discuss this question.
  • 27 September 2016

    Honest advocacy for nature: presenting a persuasive narrative for conservation

    This paper presents the case of the Lawton Review, which was able to seize on an opportunity to communicate a rigorously argued, persuasive and practical conservation message; in other words, it performed ‘honest advocacy’.
  • 8 August 2016

    Public Health: Research into Policy

    Case study on meningitis vaccinations from Public Health: Research into Policy project.
  • 12 May 2016

    How can we build flood resilience in the UK?

    Earlier this month, a group of experts from the University of Cambridge convened a one-day seminar to discuss river and coastal flooding in the UK, and how to manage risks and improve resilience in flood-prone communities.
  • 9 May 2016

    Electronic Cigarettes: a disruptive technology?

    Professor Linda Bauld, a former scientific adviser on tobacco control to the UK government, delivered the BHRU annual lecture which this year focused on e-cigarettes and their effectiveness in smoking cessation.
  • 21 March 2016

    What can Cambridge do about climate change?

    In our final seminar of the 2016 Climate Change series, we heard from a panel of experts on what Cambridge could do to drive progress in sustainable living and combatting climate change.
  • 29 February 2016

    Harnessing the potential of social movements, and generating impact at scale

    A Policy Workshop held in collaboratioin with Friends of the Earth, the Nesta Health Lab and the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, brought together a wide range of Policy Fellows from the health and environment sectors to discuss the role of social movements, innovation, and impact at scale.
  • 11 February 2016

    How can buildings be made more efficient in combatting carbon emissions?

    In the second of the 2016 seminar series, Simon Sharpe (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) and Professor Ian Leslie (Cambridge Computer Laboratory) discussed how the risks of climate change are communicated, and how buildings could be made to be more efficient in combatting carbon emissions.
  • 10 December 2015

    Linking transport, health and wellbeing

    A Professional Development Policy Workshop looking at the role of evidence and expertise in making transport policy, with a particular focus on how it can influence health and wellbeing.