Population Health News
Working long hours linked to higher risk of stroke
Aug 20, 2015 10:22AM
Working 55 hours or more per week is linked to a 33% greater risk of stroke and a more modest (13%) increased risk of developing coronary heart disease compared with working a standard 35 to 40 hour week, according to the largest study in this field so far, led by UCL and published in The Lancet .Read more...
Review of the Future Leaders course: Q&A with Joyce Harper
Jul 24, 2015 10:29AM
Last year, representatives from Women’s Health (Judith Stevenson, Joyce Harper), Child Health (Shamima Rahman) and Clinical Trials & Methodology (Ab Babiker) attended the Future leaders programme, and we witnessed as a Faculty just how transformative the course was for those involved.We asked Joyce Harper from the Institute for Women's Health to answer a few short questions about her experience:Read more...
Call for Pro Vice Provosts: Going (more) global
Jul 24, 2015 09:36AM
UCL has recently announced its Global Engagement strategy with 6 key objectives:Read more...
UCL Research Department of Infection and Population Health
RESEARCH: UCL is the top-rated university in the UK for research strength in the new REF 2014 Find out more
Education: Thinking about applying to study on one of our programmes? Find out more
RESEARCH: The British National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal) are among the largest and most detailed studies of sexual behaviour in the world. Natsal-3 was published in 2013. Find out more
RESEARCH: Research led by UCL's Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology, in collaboration with others, has informed national influenza vaccination and control policy. Find out more
RESEARCH: The Find&Treat Project: Research into tuberculosis (TB) in hard-to-reach groups has led to the introduction of mobile X-ray screening in London Find out more
Research: Find out about the The PRIME study - the UK’s largest ever study on menopause & HIV
The aim of the Department is to reduce the population impacts of infection, and to promote individual health by means of the prevention and treatment of communicable and non-communicable disease. We work locally, nationally and internationally to realise this goal.
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