Information about our external facing events
Knowledge Exchange Workshops
As part of UKCTAS, and now SPECTRUM, two Knowledge Exchange Workshops have been hosted by the University of Stirling and successfully delivered for over ten years at our partner Universities throughout the UK. We have a workshop focused on policies and practice related to nicotine and tobacco, and a second on the policies and practices surrounding alcohol.
Aimed at professionals working within relevant organisations with an interest in public health and policy, our workshops are taught by a range of world-leading academics and practitioners including our own SPECTRUM researchers Professors Linda Bauld (Edinburgh), Niamh Fitzgerald (Stirling), Jamie Brown (UCL), Jamie Pearce (Edinburgh), Mark Petticrew (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Jeff Collin (Edinburgh), Niamh Shortt (Edinburgh) and Drs Tessa Langley (Nottingham) and Deborah Robson (Kings College London).
Keep an eye out for details of our 2022 programme!
Members of SPECTRUM Work Package 8 - Governance and Health Equity, Jeff Collin, Rob Ralston and Sarah Hill, delivered a seminar on 'Health governance and the commercial determinants of health: managing conflict of interest in prevention of non-communicable diseases' at the University of Sydney on 30 March 2022.
Watch their presentations below.
- Video: Seminar: Health governance and the commercial determinants of health
- SPECTRUM researchers Jeff Collin, Rob Ralston and Sarah Hill deliver presentations as part of a seminar on 'Health governance and the commercial determinants of health: managing conflict of interest in prevention of non-communicable diseases' at the University of Sydney
On 24 November 2021, the UKPRP held the third in their series of webinars sharing emerging findings from UKPRP-funded projects and exploring their implications for policy. Speakers from the SPECTRUM consortium shared new evidence to inform the prevention of NCDs caused by unhealthy commodities.
The Usher Institute also hosted a webinar in 2020 entitled "South Africa's response to COVID-19: trajectory of the pandemic and public health measures to address it, including a temporary ban on alcohol sales" with speakers Charles Parry, South African Medical Research Council (a member of the SPECTRUM International Advisory Board) and Cheryl Cohen, University of the Witwatersrand.
You may listen again to the webinar, entitled "COVID-19 and Tobacco: Integrating communicable and non-communicable disease responses", from 21 May 2020, which included SPECTRUM members as speakers.