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CSaP creates opportunities for public policy professionals and academics to learn from each other through our Policy Fellowships, workshops and professional development activities.

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The rapid decarbonisation of healthcare

Healthcare is one of the largest contributors to the UK’s total carbon footprint. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic the NHS experienced a rapid change in the delivery of healthcare: ...

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Palliative Care in Low-Resource Contexts

How can we integrate palliative care into the medical curriculum? What is the best way to inform the public about palliative care service and to deliver palliative care ...

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Lessons Learnt: the R4HC-MENA Fellowship and a career responding to international health emergencies

World Health Organisation Representative Dr Tasnim Atatrah shares how her R4HC-MENA Fellowship has impacted her work in international health emergency.

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Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival 2021

The University of Cambridge will offer six days of free climate-themed online panel sessions, pre-recorded talks, stories and games for all ages at its Climate Change Festival in ...


What's a sustainable #diet? On Wed 20 Oct at 18:00 BST, ask our panel of experts about eating more sustainably, an……

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Don't miss the *Official Launch* of the Janeway Institute @CamEcon next Tues 19th Oct, 4pm-5.45pm! We have a great……

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Future Directions for Citizen Science and Public Policy

How can citizens' knowledge contribute to science and government?

A collection of new essays by policy makers, scientists, practitioners and scholars with a foreword by Sir Patrick Vallance, Government GCSA.

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CSaP has a unique network of over 450 Policy Fellows and 1750 experts contributing to more dynamic and diverse scientific input to the most pressing public policy challenges.