Our Evidence Briefs are succinct summaries of our research findings for policymakers and practitioners, developed in collaboration with our partners. We are also developing data visualisation and other interactive tools to give insight into public health data.
If you have comments or questions, please contact Oliver on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Oliver if you would like printed copies of any of the pdfs.
Please also see our evidence submissions to policy and guidance bodies.
Compare ONS and NDNS data on products by food group, healthiness, absolute and percentage change – and more
Sitting out physical activity: Children’s sedentary behaviour, health and the family environment – November 2015
Multiple social ties and healthy eating in older people
Findings from the EPIC-Norfolk study – October 2013
School-based physical activity programmes
Review for the Youth Sport Trust – November 2012
ESRC Evidence Briefing
Supporting health activity in schools – November 2012
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) produce evidence briefings that highlight research findings and their relevance in key policy areas.