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CARE: An intervention for carers/parents with teenage children

  We would like to thank everyone who attended this SCPHRP/Robertson Trust event on the 26th May. Jane Hartley and John McAteer presented their work developing an intervention for parents/carers with teenage children. The intervention is for kinship carers in the first instance, and we would like to extend a …

70th Birthday Celebration of the 1946 British Cohort

SCPHRP’s Director, Prof John Frank, was recently privileged to co-host the 70th Birthday Celebration of the 1946 British Cohort, in London and Manchester, attended by more than 700 surviving members of this — the oldest cohort of human beings ever followed continuously by researchers since their birth. That study – …

Jane Hartley’s Notes from Mental Health: The Five Year Plan Conference

Isabelle Goldie Director of Development and Delivery at the Mental Health Foundation opened the day by stating that it’s now imperative that we start connecting up mind and body, and that we start addressing mental health promotion in young people. This was echoed by Geraldine Strathdee, National Clinical Director Mental Health in NHS England, stating …

Mental Health: Moving Forwards – The Five Year Plan programme

SCPHRP Jane Hartley will be attending a mental health conference which is looking at NHS England’s new five year mental health plan: A new era for mental health care is on the horizon… Mental Health: Moving Forwards – The Five Year Plan will explore how the new national strategy for mental health …

Life of Breath

SCPHRPs Jane Hartley is attending an interdisciplinary symposium, organised by the Centre for Medical Humanities and Anthropology Department at Durham University as part of the Life of Breath project to ‘explore, discuss and gain insight into the perception and experience of breath and breathing practices both historically and cross-culturally’. “I’m …

SCPHRP Bulletin February 2016

Take 5 Minutes to read about recent developments at the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy (SCPHRP). NEWS & EVENTS ‘CONGRATULATIONS’ to Dr Catherine Bromley who successfully defended her PhD thesis ‘Beyond a Boundary – Conceptualising and Measuring Multiple Health Conditions in the Scottish Population’.  Well done Catherine!!!  We would …


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