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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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#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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#PHTwitJC 5: Paper summary & discussion points (qualitative study)

The paper selected for Public Health Twitter Journal Club discussion on 30th October  2011 is Ghimire et al (2011) ‘Reasons for non-use of condoms and self-efficacy among female sex workers: a qualitative study in Nepal’, BMC Women’s Health 11: 42. … Continue reading

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Week 4: Summary and discussion points

The paper chosen for discussion in #PHTwitJC on Sunday 9th October (8.00 pm GMT+1) is Green et al (2011) Group therapy for adolescents with repeated self harm: randomised controlled trial with economic evaluation.  The paper is available here. What is … Continue reading

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Wk 3: Discussion points for CBPR paper ‘HUB City Steps’

The paper chosen for discussion in #PHTwitJC on Sunday 25th September (8.00 pm GMT+1) is Zoellner et al (2011) H.U.B. City Steps: methods and early findings from a community-based participatory research trial to reduce blood pressure among African Americans. The paper … Continue reading

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