Tonight a few more articles were added to the Suggestions for Papers page. All were provided via the magic of Twitter [#PHTwitJC]. There are now 10 listed,.
There’s a great variety of topic areas and paper types, from sports injuries to enabling physical activity to more policy related discussions (‘nudge; obesity; climate change); from RCTs to commentaries. This probably reflects only a small part of the diversity of ‘health’ /public health interests within the potential ‘club’, which is really exciting.
Please continue to suggest papers if you have bright ideas – via Twitter, or using comments – we just won’t add them to the choices for our ‘first time’ just yet.
See poll on scheduling club discussions (prev post) .
An alternative mode has been suggested though: a more open time frame such as a 24-hour slot for archiving (as opposed to one hour).
Benefits: more inclusive (time zones, other commitments..) – poss. wider selection of participants
Disadvantages: ? possibly lose the immediacy of real time ‘chat’ /continuity of discussion?
Would be great to hear views.