Centre for Chronic Conditions

We are a group of multidisciplinary researchers seeking to improve understanding of and responses to chronic conditions in low, middle and high-income country settings through research, policy and public engagement and teaching.

Centre for Global Chronic Conditions

We seek to improve understanding of and responses to chronic conditions in low, middle and high-income country settings through research, policy and public engagement and teaching.

The Centre fosters collaboration and communication between researchers across a range of settings and disciplines. We have skills in epidemiology, economics, social and political sciences; and with a strong focus on health systems.

We address chronic non communicable diseases (NCDs), and also their interaction with other chronic conditions – in particular mental health, and chronic communicable diseases such as TB and HIV/AIDS.

Global Health Lab Series: What are the bold global health ideas for WHO?

In recent years, WHO has faced numerous challenges, criticisms and questioning of its role as the authority in global health. New Director-General, Dr Tedros, challenged the global public health community to present him with bold ideas for WHO and, in this Global Health Lab, we rise to the challenge and debate what such ideas might be.

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Short course, 9 - 13 April 2018: Global issues in non-communicable diseases, from research to policy

The primary aim of this short course is to train public health professionals in the interdisciplinary approaches to NCD prevention, treatment and care. Specifically, the course aims to expose participants to key theoretical and empirical knowledge in NCD research from a range of disciplines, including epidemiology, public health, economics and health systems highlighting the commonalities and differences in approaches.

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Research Themes

1. Quantifying the problem

2. Explaining the problem

3. Acting on the problem

 

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European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

The Centre is a WHO Collaborating Centre and hosts the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. Our work supports and promotes evidence-based health policy-making through comprehensive and rigorous analysis of the dynamics of health care systems in Europe.