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Calum smith

Calum Smith

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WHO Europe


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Calum Smith (he/him) is a consultant for the Behavioural and Cultural Insights Unit at the WHO Regional Office for Europe and a DPhil Researcher at the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford. He was a project manager on a WHO study exploring the implementation and scalability of group singing for postnatal depression in different culture contexts, for which he co-authored the protocol and related outputs.

He co-authored the Culture for Health and Wellbeing Compendium, and contributed to other reports for Culture for Health. Calum is one of the founders of the Arts, Health and Ethics Collective at Oxford, an open collective for researchers and students, affiliated with the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, for sharing  ideas, creating opportunities for collaboration with artists, engaging in public health discussions, and communicating with the wider research community.