Past Projects

Economics The economic argument for prevention
The costs of chronic disease are already vast, and without urgent action these costs will continue to increase.
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Workplace
Prevention in the workplace

Chronic disease risk reduction in the workplace can have a major impact on the health of employees and their families, while also demonstrating social responsibility and improving productivity.
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Youth
Youth, children and future health

The insights and enthusiasm of young people can change perceptions and lifestyles of future generations.
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Design

Environmental design for prevention

Architects, urban planners and transport engineers (among many others) can create environments in which healthy choices are easy choices.
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Industry

Industry’s role in prevention

Prevention efforts by companies and industries can have a far-reaching effect on consumers and communities.
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Law + health
Exploring the relatively untapped potential for the law and health policy to interact to modify chronic diseases determinants that are generated in the way we live.

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Other OxHA initiatives


3FOUR50.com

3FOUR50 is an awareness-raising and action-based online social network, aimed at anyone wanting to take positive action to raise awareness of the chronic disease epidemic.  Read more >>
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Community Interventions for Health
The Oxford Health Alliance is developing a Community Interventions for Health project (CIH – formerly Community Actions to Prevent Chronic Diseases, CAPCoD). The CIH methodology will be used in several countries and in multiple sites – workplace, schools, health centres and local communities. Read more >>
Grand Challenges
The Oxford Health Alliance Grand Challenges project is to draw up a list of Grand Challenges in Chronic Non-communicable Diseases to encourage research into chronic disease worldwide.
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Evidence EvidenceThe collection of evidence is vital in tackling the pandemic of chronic disease. More evidence is needed on chronic disease and the risk factors, the size and cost of the problem – and on practical, replicable solutions.
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Dialogue Oxford Dialogues
The Oxford Dialogues project is a series of topical meetings to engage a range of people in discussion on key topics. Past Dialogues include ‘Patients’ rights in Europe’ and ‘Information to and with patients: the role of health professionals’.
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