FREE WEBINAR: Introducing the New Meta-ethnography Reporting Guidance

Monday 22nd May 2017 11am-12MD (UK time) Introducing the New Meta-ethnography Reporting Guidance: What it is & How to use it. This online session introduces the new meta-ethnography reporting guidance produced by the 2 year NIHR funded eMERGE project. The session provides an overview of why this reporting guidance is …

The Divide

‘THE DIVIDE’ at 7pm on Monday 21st November 2016  A FREE PUBLIC showing of the recently released film produced by DARTMOUTH FILMS in association with The EqualityTrust, a UK charity dedicated to promoting public understanding the consequences of inequality in society, and the remedies for it. The two-hour film will …

How qualitative (or interpretive or critical) is qualitative synthesis and what we can do about this?

Thanks to everyone who attended the seminar on ‘How qualitative (or interpretive or critical) is qualitative synthesis’, it was a huge success.     And you can watch ‘SCPHRP meets George’ here     George W. Noblit is the Joseph R. Neikirk Distinguished Professor of Sociology of Education at the …

Health Impacts of Mixed-Tenure Housing Regeneration in Toronto’s Regent Park

Thursday 18th February 2016 James R Dunn, Ph.D. (Jim) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society at McMaster University and a Scientist at the Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. He is the Director of the McMaster Institute for …

Tackling Inequalities and Fighting For the Right to Health: Global Connections and Local Actions

Saturday 31st October 2015, Edinburgh #PHMHI15 Theme: A space to hear about and discuss the fight against health inequalities in Scotland, using knowledge and power at the local, national and global level. Summary of the event: This free, half-day event organised by the People’s Health Movement (Scotland) aims to bring …

Trauma Conference 2015: Austerity, Poverty and Psychological Trauma

Thursday 28 May 2015, University of Stirling, Stirling The concept of exposure to a traumatic event(s) is now recognised as a contributing factor to the development of a variety of mental health issues. Research supports that major risk factors for mental health issues are poverty, poor education, unemployment, social isolation …

Open Space on Health Inequalities in Scotland: Emerging Risks and Opportunities for Change

#OpenSpaceHI For more information and to register: https://openspacehi.eventbrite.co.uk Theme: An open space to discuss what you think health inequalities in Scotland will look like in the next decade and beyond, particularly related to emerging risk factors, health/wellbeing outcomes and potential solutions given the current (and emerging) social and political landscape. Summary …

Are Health Inequalities Declining in the EU, and If Not, Why Not?

A public lecture hosted by the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy (SCPHRP) & the Centre for Population Health Sciences (CPHS). Johan Mackenbach is Professor of Public Health and chair of the Department of Public Health at Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands. His research interests …

Creating Better Health & Wellbeing: Community organisations and researchers learning together (sold out)

This one-day networking and learning event organised by members of the Adult Life/Working Age Working Group at the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy (SCPHRP) aims to help bring academic researchers and community projects together to discuss methods and experiences of improving health and wellbeing and reducing health inequalities in Scotland.