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SCPHRP seminar series No.6 – Geographic Information Systems and Public Health (recording)

This seminar (GIS and Public Health) by Dr Craig McDougall provides: an introduction to GIS and discuss the potential of GIS as a public health tool. The seminar includes: -An overview and history of GIS in public health -Key benefits of GIS in public health -Emerging uses of GIS in …

Beyond Academics: Exploring the Vibrant Side of SCPHRP

ic SCPHRP, is more than just a place for academxcellence and research endeavors. It is a vibrant and inclusive community that celebrates cultural diversity and encourages collaboration. SCPHRPers not only excel in academic pursuits and conducting research but also thrive in fostering a diverse and enriching environment filled with extracurricular …

SCPHRP seminar series 5. Citizen Science in Public Health: Our Outdoors

    Citizen science is underused in public health, but has the potential to create greater interaction with, and agency for, communities around issues which directly affect them. It can provide data from small areas which can be used for small area decision making, or aggregated for larger policy making …


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