Information about members of the Centre for 21st Century Public Health.
Centre for 21st Century Public Health
Our research explores ground-breaking approaches to public health and sustainability to enable us to meet the unique challenges of the 21st century.
Population health improvement requires action on commercial, political, economic and social determinants of health, engaging with the complexity of both the challenges and the responses to them.
Our Centre builds on the ground-breaking work of the Tobacco Control Research Group (TCRG) on the harmful products and practices of major corporations; and Bath’s novel approaches to research, policy and practice within complex systems to drive effective action on 21st century public health challenges
Over 100 people attended a screening of Prof Roy Maconachie and University filmmaker Simon Wharf's new film, produced in collaboration with TCRG, at the M-Shed.
Analysis from Dr Habtamu Beshir and Prof Eleonora Fichera highlights reductions in pollution and improvements to health brought about by LEZ and ULEZ.
Our research is helping to reduce smoking and save lives by informing public policies, including via the introduction of standardised packaging for cigarettes.
New Series from The Lancet shines light on the commercial determinants of health calling for a radical rethink on what role business plays in public health.
Taxation on sugary drinks works to reduce consumption and protect public health, but research shows that corporate opposition can undermine these efforts.
Hosted by the IPR and Department of Economics, a new series of webinars will explore healthy policy and the economic impact of COVID-19.
Our members' research informs several courses taught by Bath's Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, including:
Their research also influences many units taught at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels across the Department for Health, Department of Social & Policy Sciences, Department of Economics, and the School of Management.