The #PopHealthLab develops research activities to inform population-based prevention strategies and public health surveillance & monitoring to help citizens, health stakeholders, clinicians, and policy makers take data-informed and evidence-based decisions.
Research areas are the epidemiology of population health in a life course and consequential perspective and the study of health service activities and quality of care in an evidence-based public health framework.
The #PopHealthLab has skills for the handling and analyses of complex data from multiple sources.
We frame research along three main areas:
Life course epidemiology
- Early life determinants
- Social epidemiology
- Primordial prevention
- Public health implication
- Effect size
Evidence-based public health
- Public health surveillance
- Data-informed healthcare decisions
- Quality of care monitoring