The Department of Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford, is an interdisciplinary centre for research and teaching in social policy and the systematic evaluation of social interventions. The academic backgrounds of members of staff include anthropology, demography, economics, health services research, political science, psychology, social policy, social work and sociology.
|1||Creative Commons||Department of Social Policy and Intervention Graduate Research Student Conference Keynote Speech 2||Prof Laurence Moore, Director of the Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement gives a talk for the Graduate Student Research Conference on 19 October 2012||0:34:14||Laurence Moore||14 Jan 2013|
|2||Creative Commons||Department of Social Policy and Intervention Graduate Research Student Conference Keynote Speech 1||Dr Philip Davies, Deputy Director at the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, gives a keynote talk for the Department of Social Policy and Intervention Graduate Research Student Conference on October 19 2012||0:44:35||Philip Davies||14 Jan 2013|
|3||Creative Commons||HIV and AIDS - Special lecture for Oxford AIDS Research Day 2012||Mark Heywood reflects on the impact of HIV and AIDS for the 4th Annual HIV / AIDS Student Research day.||0:45:35||Mark Heywood||27 Nov 2012|
|4||Will the U.S. Health Reform Survive and Flourish?||Theda Skocpol delivers a talk at the Oxford Institute of Social Policy, based in part on her new book with Larry Jacobs, "Health Care Reform and American Politics".||0:51:06||Theda Skocpol||09 Jul 2012|