Rosie is the lead for co-production in ActEarly and the BiB lead for Healthy Places. With a background in public health and behaviour change she has over 18 years-experience in applied health research working with communities and professionals to develop evidence based approaches to improving health and wellbeing. She has particular expertise in intervention development and evaluation, environmental determinants of health and wellbeing and the translation of research into practice. She is director of the Born in Bradford research programme, has attracted over £45 million in research grant funding and has published over 80 peer reviewed publications. She is a proud Scottish Bradfordian.
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In each of these areas, we are working with local communities, local authorities and other national organisations to understand how we can help families live healthier and more active lives.
Director of Strategy, Policy and Performance, London Borough of Tower Hamlets
The UK Prevention Research Partnership is a £50 million multi-funder initiative that supports novel research into the primary prevention of non-communicable diseases to improve population health and reduce health inequalities.