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Political Economy of Public Health: Network Showcase 2016

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The 2016 PublicHealth@Cambridge Network showcase event is taking place on Tuesday 6th September at Buckingham House, Murray Edwards College with a theme of Political Economy and Public Health.

Political economy of public health refers to research aimed at understanding the economic, political, social and historical forces which shape contemporary public health issues and our responses to them. This event aims to explore research in this area from Cambridge and beyond and give you a chance to meet and network with colleagues from across public health.

Register now to secure your free place at this event and submit your abstract if you’d like to present a lightning talk or a poster in our lunchtime session (abstract deadline 9th August). Posters can be on any topic related to public health so please use this opportunity to present your work and build your networks around Cambridge.

This talk is part of the PublicHealth@Cambridge series.

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