Centre for Public Health Research

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The Centre for Public Health Research undertakes multi-disciplinary partnership working to provide world leading, high quality, practical research solutions to real world problems. Our research is aligned with national and international priorities, with cross cutting research themes addressing:

  • behaviour change
  • children and young people's health
  • e-health
  • knowledge exchange
  • nursing
  • nutrition and dietetics
  • obesity and obesogenic environments
  • oral health
  • physical activity
  • the clustering of risky behaviours

This is underpinned by our strong methodological expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods, systematic reviewing, service evaluation, social marketing, intervention development, co-production and embedded research.

Research within the centre is embedded within the University's grand challenge themes and teaching programmes. We work collaboratively across the other research centres and actively encourage and support co-produced multi-disciplinary research. We are privileged to have long standing collaborations with Public Health England, and a number of local authorities and third sector organisations, such as the Institute for Local Governance and Involve North East. In addition to many established UK collaborations, we also have excellent international collaborations, which include the World Health Organisation, the Joanna Briggs Institute, the European Association for the Study of Obesity, the University of Newcastle Australia, University of Sao Paulo (Bauru) in Brazil, Indiana University in the US and Erasmus MC in the Netherlands.

We are an integral part of Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health, which is a UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) funded Public Health Centre of Excellence and a member of the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR).

The public health research centre is led by a team of internationally recognised topic experts supported by a strong research team. Academic staff and researchers working in centre have an extensive publication and funding portfolio.

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

Fluorides Medicine & Life Sciences
Obesity Medicine & Life Sciences
England Medicine & Life Sciences
Weights and Measures Medicine & Life Sciences
Pediatric Obesity Medicine & Life Sciences
Diet Medicine & Life Sciences
Physical Fitness Medicine & Life Sciences
Football Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2019 2021

  • 1 Not started

Urinary fluoride parameters in spot urine samples associated with exposure to systemic fluoride through

Zohoori, V., Maguire, A., Buzalaf, M. A. R., Martignon, S. & Giacaman, R. A.


Project: Research

Research Output 2003 2019

5 Downloads (Pure)

A comparison of simple analytical methods for determination of fluoride in microlitre-volume plasma samples

Zohoori, F., Maguire, A., Martinez-Mier, E. A., Buzalaf, M., Sanderson, R. & Eckert, G. J., 2019, In : Caries Research. 53, 3, p. 275-283

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
Plasma Volume
Analysis of Variance

Application and interpretation of the yo-yo intermittent recovery test to the long-term physical development of girls association football players

Innerd, A. & Wright, M., 7 Apr 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Science and Medicine in Football.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

5 Downloads (Pure)

Association between Physical and Motor Fitness with Cognition in Children

Moradi, A., Damirchi, E. S., Narimani, M., Esmaeilzadeh, S., Dziembowska, I., Azevedo, L. B. & Do Prado, W. L., 4 Jan 2019, In : Medicina. 55, 1, p. 7 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
Physical Fitness
Automatic Data Processing
Reaction Time