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Volunteers aged 18-30 are set to receive a third Covid-19 vaccine dose through the COV-Boost study, opening at St George's.
The Population Health Research Institute, led by Professor Peter Whincup, focuses mainly on chronic diseases and on the prevention of disease through primary care (general practice) and through changes to personal lifestyle or to the environment. Expanding areas of work include studies of eye conditions and congenital abnormalities and the evaluation of health care, particularly in relation to mental health.
Our research addresses time trends and inequalities in the burden of ill-health.
We explore how the risks of cardiovascular, metabolic and respiratory diseases may be influenced by lifestyle.
The research we do informs policies for improving public health through behavioural or environmental changes.
We evaluate how patient care may be improved, either by more effective treatments, or by more efficient models for delivery of care.
We undertake innovative, high quality research about mental health, aiming to improve mental health service delivery and impact positively on people's lives.
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