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“Political Economy and Public Health. Or…how political institutions, the political environment, and the economic system will kill you…dead!”

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Steven Martin is giving a fascinating talk on the role of political economy in public health. Basically, the role of “The Man” in deciding the health of populations.This is going to be great.

So join Cambridge University Global Health for a better perspective on an issue that you will certainly impact on your career.

Steven is a Research Associate at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health (CIPH). His interests include the application of complexity theory to health and social research, with a particular focus on methodology and translational research aimed at improving health outcomes for vulnerable communities in society.

Free pens and light snacks provided.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Global Health Society series.

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