More evidence that female empowerment plays a crucial role in household nutrition and food security

New research paper by Sidra Ishfaq (see her biography in People), who was a visiting scholar at SCPHRP in 2021, plus members of SCPHRP. It provides further evidence that female empowerment plays a crucial role in household nutrition and food security. The study, published in PLoS ONE, ( https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0275713) aimed …

Contact Centres & Workplace Health Report

Report Overview This is the first of a three-part PhD project by SCPHRP PhD Candidate Jillian Manner. The aim of the PhD is to understand how organisational and cultural factors impact on the long-term implementation and sustainability of workplace wellbeing programmes. Introduction Health promotion programmes often have mixed success, particularly …

Eco-friendly and artistic interventions: creating more physically active and healthy lifestyles

First of all, thank you for this great opportunity to let us talk about our ‘idea’. I’m Hojat Mohseni, with a Master of Research degree in change management from Iran. I and my colleagues were working on an interdisciplinary research proposal which was basically about using Eco-friendly and artistic interventions …

Brown Bag Series

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERVENING WITH YOUNG NOVICE DRIVERS Guest Speaker: Dr Jessica Hafetz Mirman Dr. Hafetz conducts basic and translational research related to transportation safety for children, young and novice drivers, and drivers with developmental disabilities. Our brown bag seminar series is an interactive forum for subject matter experts …

An InspirED Workshop: Methods in Intervention Development and Evaluation

FREE EVENT Thursday, 17 October 2019 9.30am – 4.00pm at The Pod, Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation High School Yards, Edinburgh, EH1 1LZ   What’s it about? Intervention development and evaluation is generally considered a methodology rather than a specific research field. The volume of methods are vast and each …