CEDAR works with a number of public health and research institutions, and is keen to further develop its links and collaborations.
We are interested to hear from both academics and public health practitioners, and want to develop relationships that help us apply research findings in public health practice, as well as ensuring that our research priorities are shaped by the needs of public health.
Researcher are also often on the look out for people to participate in their studies or take part in focus groups to help shape our research – please see public involvement.
- Academic collaboration
- Practice and policy collaboration
- Public involvement
- Current vacancies
- General contact details
You may also want to visit our Resources section.