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.
Active travel – function over form. How to make walking and cycling interventions successful
Into the mouths of babes: Effects of infant feeding on growth and childhood obesity
Roads and communities: The impact of major road infrastructure on health in local neighbourhoods
Food environment assessment tool: data visualisation tool for exploration of the geography of food retail access in England
Changing the way we travel: Infrastructure and our everyday transport choices
England’s Cycling Potential: Results from the Department for Transport-funded Propensity to Cycle Tool project
DASH diet in the UK and Ireland: Addressing barriers to healthy and sustainable diets
A child for all seasons: Addressing seasonal variation in children’s physical activity
Interactive: explore 13 year of food price changes
April 2016. Compare ONS and NDNS data on products by food group, healthiness, absolute and percentage change – and more
Making the Case: Creating Active School Environments for Adolescents, Evidence Review
Sitting out physical activity: Children’s sedentary behaviour, health and the family environment
EU Common Agricultural Policy Sugar Refoms – Implications for public health
Financial hardships, diet & obesity. Findings from the Whitehall II and EPIC-Norfolk studies
Are takeaways adding pounds? How takeaway food outlets where we live and work may affect our health
Interactive: Food, income and education: who eats more of what?
NDNS data on food consumption (infographic). February 2014
Multiple social ties and healthy eating in older people. Findings from the EPIC-Norfolk study
Walking & Cycling for Transport. How promoting active travel can help meet the physical activity challenge
Children’s diets and school
Findings from CEDAR studies and evidence review
School-based physical activity programmes. Review for the Youth Sport Trust
Supporting physical activity in schools. Findings from the SPEEDY study