The Politics of Ideas – The Complex Relationship Between Research and Policy in Public Health

The Politics of Ideas – The Complex Relationship Between Research and Policy in Public Health

Katherine Smith joined the Global Public Health Unit in the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh as a new lecturer in January 2011. Prior to this she was a lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Bath and where she previously worked as a Research Fellow with Prof Anna Gilmore. During this time Katherine’s research has largely focused on corporate (particularly tobacco industry) influences on health and policy.
She has recently been awarded a two-year ESRC-MRC Fellowship to build on this research, further exploring how public health research translates into policy and practice.

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