Dr Wassim Dbouk's reflections on COP28
Public Policy | Southampton
by Public Policy|Southampton
1M ago
Dr Wassim Dbouk from Public Policy|Southampton and Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute attended COP28 as part of the Lebanese delegation. In this interview podcast, he shared his reflections on his experience at the summit, highlighting the challenges which the research community faces in engaging with the COP process. Read his blog here.               ..read more
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The MELD-B Project 2nd Episode
Public Policy | Southampton
by Public Policy|Southampton
5M ago
In this podcast, we explore the MELD-B project, a pioneering study on early-onset burdensome multimorbidity. Learn about its origins, the significance of "burdensomeness," and how stakeholders from patients to policymakers view and tackle this issue. Discover how types of burden are identified and grouped, revolutionizing our approach to complex health challenges. Join us for a deep dive into MELD-B's transformative research. Learn more about the project here: Multidisciplinary Ecosystem to study Life Course Determinants and Prevention of Early-onset Burdensome Multimorbidity (MELD-B) A recent ..read more
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FEVER - Future Electric Vehicle Energy networks supporting Renewables
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by Public Policy|Southampton
6M ago
In this illuminating episode of 'Policy Pod', Giles engages in a captivating conversation with Professor Andrew Cruden, who is a member of the Institute for Life Sciences, Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute, and Energy Technology Group. Professor Cruden introduces to us their groundbreaking FEVER project, which is dedicated to the development and demonstration of a fully autonomous, cost-effective, and socially embraced electric vehicle charger powered by renewables.   Get ready to be inspired as Andrew opens up about his educational journey and career trajectory in the fields of m ..read more
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Welcome to series 4 of Policy|Pod - meet (some of) the team
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by Public Policy|Southampton
6M ago
For the 4th series of Policy|Pod, we thought we'd shake up the format and introduce you to some of the Public Policy|Southampton team to learn more about their journey to PPS and the role they perform within the team. Keen to know more? You can find about team members (and their favourite catchphrases) here: MEET THE TEAM; ABOUT US PLUS we would love to hear from you about topics you would like to be briefed on contact us with your briefing request on: publicpolicy@soton.ac.uk ..read more
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ACT-MED
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by Public Policy|Southampton
1y ago
Dr Natasha Campling and Professor Sue Latter talk about ways to be able to improve access to medicines and support palliative care at home.  ..read more
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Primary prevention of cytomegalovirus in pregnancy: addressing the gaps
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by Public Policy|Southampton
1y ago
In this episode Dr Chrissie Jones talks about how traditionally, pregnant women have been excluded from research regarding interventional trials and educational strategies related to preventing infections during pregnancy.  ..read more
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First thousand days of childhood life
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by Public Policy|Southampton
1y ago
Dr Chandni Maria Jacob, Dr Mark Hanson and Dr Danielle Watson discuss the importance of effective policy to improve health outcomes for prospective parents and their children. They talk about the need to look at population health, generational health and how to improve holistic wellbeing alongside reducing risk factors such as alcohol and smoking, including for those who are not actively planning for pregnancy ..read more
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Implications of COVID-19 on existing learning inequalities
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by Public Policy|Southampton
1y ago
Dr Nic Pensiero and Dr Christian Bokhove join us for the first episode of a brand new season of The Policy Pod. They discuss the UK Understanding Society 2020 and 2021 data, which is the largest longitudinal study of its kind and allowed crucial insights into household dynamics during the COVID-19 pandemic. The data indicates that existing learning inequalities were exacerbated during the first school closure, and whilst these didn't worsen during the second, our guests question why they did not altogether reduce. Answering this may lie in considering the role of the home in addition to provis ..read more
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Just and Unjust riots
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by Public Policy|Southampton
1y ago
In this episode of ‘Policy Pod’ we are joined by Professor Jonathan Havercroft to discuss his project on just and unjust riots and how it has developed throughout his career. He discusses how riots throughout history are received differently depending on the political climate, and how this affects subsequent policy developments. Moreover, he discusses how this is relevant in informing the current landscape with the rise in protest surrounding Black Lives Matter and Climate Justice campaigns ..read more
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Transformational Coasts Part 3: Coastal communities
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by Public Policy|Southampton
1y ago
In this final special episode on Transformational Coasts, we hear from three experts about the changing coastlines in the east of England. Peter Aldous, describes the importance of a strategic, evidence-based approach, working with communities, on the ever-evolving coastline. Kellie Fisher stresses the importance of community-led, place-based approaches and being honest in coastal adaptation conversations. Dr Helen Jay reflects on the benefits and vibrancy of our coastlines, and the importance of thinking about transformational adaptation now.   Pod cast Hosts-  Dr Sien van d ..read more
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