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We seek the input of many different professionals, across a variety of fields, and through a variety of channels.

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We currently have opportunities for professional contributors on the Public Health Research (PHR) Programme Advisory Board (PAB). For more information please visit the PHR website.

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If you could help our programmes by commenting on short briefing papers, reviewing full proposals or reports of research findings, please see our becoming a reviewer page.

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