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Category: <span>Events</span>

SCPHRP seminar series No. 9: Photovoice methods and policing research

Location: Online (Zoom: https://ed-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/81600324013) Time: 10-11am Tuesday 20th February 2024 Abstract: Everyday members of the police are in our communities witnessing and having to respond to the consequences of health inequalities.  Initiatives like the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (SVRU) and Edinburgh Futures Institute recognise the potential for collaboration between public …

SCPHRP seminar series No.8: Brainstorming the neighbourhood using LEGO building

Location: Online Time: 10-11am Tuesday November 21st 2023 A sustainable, live-able and healthy neighbourhood consists of an environment being ‘user-friendly’ and is shaped by people who work and live in the area, so there remains a need to foster continuous engagement with the community to balance different needs within limited …

SCPHRP seminar series 7: Chemical and environmental contaminants in food

Location: Chrystal Macmillan Building, Seminar Room 6, The University of Edinburgh Time: Oct 17th, 10-11.30am: Food represents the most chemically complex part of the environment to which humans are exposed on a daily basis. Food consists of chemical components that give it nutritional value, such as proteins, fats, carbohydrates, water, …

SCPHRP seminar series No.6 – Geographic Information Systems and Public Health (recording)

This seminar (GIS and Public Health) by Dr Craig McDougall provides: an introduction to GIS and discuss the potential of GIS as a public health tool. The seminar includes: -An overview and history of GIS in public health -Key benefits of GIS in public health -Emerging uses of GIS in …

SCPHRP seminar series 5. Citizen Science in Public Health: Our Outdoors

    Citizen science is underused in public health, but has the potential to create greater interaction with, and agency for, communities around issues which directly affect them. It can provide data from small areas which can be used for small area decision making, or aggregated for larger policy making …

Clinical Audit: Application of its concepts in public health setting

SCPHRP research seminar series no 3.: Clinical Audit: Application of its concepts in Public Health settings This seminar will provide an introduction to clinical governance, clinical audit, audit vs research, audit cycle, steps in implementing clinical audit and application of its concept in public health setting with examples A clinical …

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