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From research to implementation

28 April 2013 @TeessideUni


Teesside University is one of five north east Universities which make up, Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health.

On Friday 26 April 26 2013, the Darlington Campus was host to a Quarterly Research Meeting on ‘Making Every Contact Count: From Research to Implementation’.

These meetings are aimed at a mixed academic and practice audience with aims that include helping to embed research into practice.

Making every contact count is a mechanism for providing opportunistic brief advice or intervention on a range of health issues, and is about encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices.

Further information about the ‘Making Every Contact Count’ programme can be found at School for Public Health North East website.

A follow up report on the meeting is available on the Fuse website