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Evaluation Survey #PHTwitJC

We’ve had a great second year with 25 successful Journal Club sessions and over 10,000 hits to our website (https://phtwitjc.wordpress.com/) since we started in 2011.  We are incredibly grateful for all the support, discussions and ideas generated by #PHTwitJC participants. … Continue reading

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#PHTwitJC 25: Does alcohol price affect drinking behaviour?

On Thursday 23rd May at 8pm #PHTwitJC will be discussing this paper: A C Wagenaar et al (2009) Effects of beverage alcohol price and tax levels on drinking: a meta-analysis of 1003 estimates from 112 studies, Addiction, 104, 179–190 PDF … Continue reading

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#PHTwitJC 25: Cast your votes!

Public health is everywhere. Whenever I read the paper, turn on the news, there is always something health-related to be debated and discussed.  And this is one of the many reasons why I enjoy working in public health – theres … Continue reading

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Poll for #PHTwitJC January Journal Club is Open

Happy New Year!! #PHTwitJC will be taking place at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 30th January Apologies for the delay in getting this month’s journal club off the ground – December and January have been extremely busy months… but we are … Continue reading

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#PHTwitJC 19: New Roads and Human Health

On Tuesday 23 October at 8.00 pm BST (UK time) we will be discussing this paper: M Egan, M Petticrew, D Ogilvie and V Hamilton (2003) New Roads and Human Health: A Systematic Review, American Journal of Public Health, September … Continue reading

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Vote for your preferred Smoking themed journal paper

Smoking kills more than 5 million people per year.  Yet ironically, it is the single most preventable cause of death!  Smoking and tobacco control present an on-going challenge in the world of public health. The great news is that more … Continue reading

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#PHTwitJC 16: Paper Summary and Discussion Points

This week’s PHTwitJC we will be discussing the following paper: The health and socioeconomic impacts of major  multi-sport events: systematic review (1978-2008) (2010) Gerry McCartney, Sian Thomas, Hilary Thomson, John Scott, Val Hamilton, Phil Hanlon, David S Morrison and Lyndal … Continue reading

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