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Dr Amy O'Donnell has been awarded a 2-year Visiting Fellowship in Implementation Science at the Linkoping University in Sweden. This exciting award will build directly on the work Amy has done during her SPCR fellowship. 

Starting in October 2017, Amy will be working with Professor Per Nilsen (Division of Community Medicine) on a study to evaluate the implementation of preventative alcohol interventions in health care via a series of population surveys in England, Sweden and the Netherlands. The English arm of the study is being conducted in collaboration with University College London's Alcohol Toolkit Survey.

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