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How can your research influence policy? Event for Post-Docs & Early Career Researchers

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Aimed at Post-Docs and Early Career Researchers: A lunch time event designed to help you think about how your research can influence policy?

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How can your research influence policy?

The Public Health@Cambridge Network with the Cambridge Cardiovascular Strategic Research Initiative are hosting this joint event.

School of Clinical Medicine, Lecture Theatre 2 Monday 13th January 12:00-1400 We will have a free buffet lunch available from 12 pm followed by: 12:30-12:35 Welcome and Introductions

Dr Helen Watts (Public Health @ Cambridge Network Coordinator)

12:35-13:05 The importance of policy engagement

Professor Jonathan Mant (Head of the Primary Care Unit, University of Cambridge)

13:05-13:35 A case study in successful policy engagement

Dr Clare Oliver-Williams (Research Associate, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge)

13:35-13:55 Top tips for engaging in policy

Dr Sarah Gentry (Academic Clinical Fellow in Public Health, University of East Anglia)

13:55-14:00 Supporting you to engage in policy

Caitlin Grant (Public Health Policy Coordinator, Cambridge Institute of Public Health and Public Health England)

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