Archive For May 2011

What is Public Health?

on May 23, 2011 by Georgina Moulton in Public Health, Comments (0)

Author: Georgina Moulton ( Acknowledgements: HealthKnowledge syllabus and content What is the first issue you think of when considering Public Health? Is it the cholera epidemic in 1800s?  Or, […]


Experiences of a Public Health Intelligence Learning and Development Programme

on by Georgina Moulton in Learning and Development Evaluation, Comments (0)

Enhancing Public Health Intelligence Skills in North West England Author: Georgina Moulton ( The Programme In August 2009, NorthWest e-Health (NWeH) was approached to by the Greater Manchester Public […]


Bayesian Network Modelling of Factors Influencing the Development of Obesity

on May 17, 2011 by Georgina Moulton, David Hoyle and Nick Harding in Public Health, Comments (0)

Obesity – A Public Health Problem Obesity is a major public health problem. The prevalence has risen continuously over the past few decades and it is beginning to place […]


Exploring Obesity Atlas: a tool to analyse childhood obesity in your local region

on May 16, 2011 by Georgina Moulton and pjarvis in e-Lab, Comments (0)

Introduction to Obesity Atlas Presentation Hands-on Practical Objectives The aim of this short tutorial is to provide a hands-on experience of the Obesity Atlas software, and highlight both its […]


What is an e-Lab? How can it help you?

on by Georgina Moulton in e-Lab, Comments (0)

e-Lab enable analysts to stay embedded locally and achieve economy of scale through virtual teamwork. What is an e-Lab? An e-Lab is a shared workspace and professional social network […]