Delighted DHP-S is organising this 1-day introductory course on intervention mapping! Details are here http://ozakincigroup.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/files/2015/04/DHP-S-CPD-2015-Intervention-Mapping.pdf
It’s wonderful to see that National Geographic features our Mela study. Check it out here!
Your newsletter filled with up to date and accesible information on cancer and cancer preventions is here. I have a piece too! Would love to hear what you thought!
SDHI would like to invite you to attend a 2-day Research Retreat in the beautiful confines of Kindrogan Field Centre near Pitlochry (http://www.field-studies-council.org/kindrogan) on October 30th and 31st of this year. More information is provided on the attached, but in essence, our goal is to provide a safe and supportive… Continue reading
This week we have Dr. Mary Wells from Dundee telling us about head and neck cancer treatment and its long term consequences. You are all welcome to attend! 06 Dec 2012 4:00 PM MEdical and biological sciences building Seminar room 2 Seminar: Addressing the long term consequences of head and… Continue reading
Yes, I joined the blogging world.. A tad too late you’d say.. I know. I know… What can I say? Better late than never. There are several things I want to achieve by doing a blog. Firstly, I want to get into the habit of writing more.. Sharing my ideas… Continue reading
University of St Andrews and University of Dundee are organising a mini-symposium on Health and Cultural context sponsored by ESRC. The date is June 21st. I will soon post the programme and the registration form. Get in touch with me if you are interested in participating.
Our work in PLoS ONE is being picked up by many in the media. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/08/veggies-change-skin-tone_n_1324549.html