Jonathan Wistow and I would like to thank Patrik Nordin, Helka Kallomäki, Harri Jalonen, Paula Rossi and their team for the opportunity to attend and present at the University of Vaasa summer school workshop, Writing Policy & Practice Relevant Research Papers: Why, What, When and How?
Our presentation was on the “What?” of policy practice
InSPIRE Consortium for Mitigating the Impact of Air Pollution on Brain Health: Doing research to make an impact on policy and practice
InSPIRE is a UK policy and research consortium devoted to mitigating the impact that air pollution and the exposome have on brain health (including cognitive function, cognitive frailty, mental health and dementia). As a knowledge hub/network, we have three foci: Acting as a repository for the latest advances in research, practice, and policy guidance. Co-producing tools and translational materials for the public and third sector. Engaging in world-leading research on places, the exposome and brain health. For this talk, I will explain how we set up the consortium to maximise our impact on policy and practice in this area and how informs the research we do and the works we publish.
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CLICK HERE for a PDF of the presentation
CLICK HERE to visit InSPIRE Consortium
CLICK HERE to visit CECAN
CLICK HERE to visit the MAP OF COMPLEXITY SCIENCES