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The Evidence Exercise – What Happens to Our Heart When We Exercise? | Episode 3

Last week Stephen walked us through the basic recommendation for physical activity, as laid out by the NHS. Today, we begin to discuss cardio-vascular health. This weeks episode asks “What happens to our heart when we exercise?… and when we don’t?” Check out the full blog and resources below and …

Evaluability Assessment: Pregnancy & Parenthood in Young People Strategy

This paper presents an evaluability assessment (EA) of the Scottish Government’s Pregnancy and Parenthood in Young People (PPYP) strategy. The EA was conducted on behalf of the Scottish Government to inform the decision about options for evaluating the implementation of the strategy and the outcomes expected within five years of …

The Evidence Exercise – What are the Basic Recommendations for Physical Activity? | Episode 2

So we know we need to exercise… but how much and what kind? In this episode Stephen discusses the basic recommendations for physical activity, as outlined in the NHS “Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults“. “The Evidence Exercise” is a nine-part series focusing on the research and evidence for including physical …

Progress and Impacts of Community Engagement in End-of-Life-Care.

SCPHRPs Later Life Working Group lead Daryll, is currently leading a wide-ranging scoping review project with colleagues in the Primary Palliative Care Research Group (University of Edinburgh), The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care, St Columba’s Hospice and NHS Lothian. The scoping review aims to map the Progress and Impacts of …

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 …


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