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In this issue we bring readers a new section in which we would like to explore with you what the research agenda for public health should be. An Editorial linked to a paper explores the potential of this line of approach. See page 2
Meanwhile, in the linked Editorial, Kawachi and Subramanian identify some outstanding issues relating to neighbourhood influences on health, and a Gallery from Bristol highlights important issues for regeneration and housing. In Speakers’ Corner, Peter Davies challenges the notion of patient-centredness and argues for a more balanced approach to the professional-public relationship. Also this month in our Continuing Professional Education section we offer part three of Muntaner et al’s Glossary on the social epidemiology of …