The Community Alcohol Campaign

An interactive resource and educational tool for the Community Alcohol Campaign, led by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Please note, the publication contains certain elements that are for example purposes only and not relevant to the project i.e video. [iframe src=”https://indd.adobe.com/embed/e4b5016e-c05e-4bbf-aa92-f263db38ed1e?startpage=1&allowFullscreen=true” width=”525″ height=”371″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”” class=”alignleft”] SCPHRP has been working with Lee …

Seven Key Investments for Health Equity across the Lifecourse: Scotland versus the rest of the UK

A new research article from the SCPHRP team, led by Prof. John Frank, has explored the evidence supporting seven potential societal investments (aimed at different stages of the lifecourse) that could help improve health and reduce health inequalities. The research team used hard-to-find comparable analyses of routinely collected data to gauge the relative extent to which …

Calling all obesity researchers: Scottish Landscape Obesity Review

05/03/2015 Dear Colleagues, Many thanks for responding to our call for information on obesity-related research conducted in Scotland over the last decade. We are now coming to the end of our data collection period and would like to give you the chance to review the information we’ve extracted about your …

Training materials on developing public health interventions

SCPHRP and its partner organisations are currently developing a step-by-step practical approach to developing public health interventions. The training materials are in their final stages and would be piloted soon with a selected group of public health practitioners.   May 30, 2014

Secondary Analyses of Health Behaviours of School Children (HBSC) Data

In addition to its programme of competitively awarded seed grants, SCPHRP commissioned seven needs-based projects during 2008 ’€“ 2012, with a focus on  the development of improved data-systems for sensitive population-level monitoring of overall changes in Scottish health status, and trends and patterns in health inequalities, particularly by socio-economic status …

Secondary Analyses of Diabetes-Related Inequalities by Socio-Economic Status in Scotland

In addition to its programme of competitively awarded seed grants, SCPHRP commissioned seven needs-based projects during 2008 ’€“ 2012, with a focus on  the development of improved data-systems for sensitive population-level monitoring of overall changes in Scottish health status, and trends and patterns in health inequalities, particularly by socio-economic status …

Analysis of the West of Scotland Youth Cohorts for Secular Trends in Risky Behaviours

In addition to its programme of competitively awarded seed grants, SCPHRP commissioned seven needs-based projects during 2008 – 2012, with a focus on  the development of improved data-systems for sensitive population-level monitoring of overall changes in Scottish health status, and trends and patterns in health inequalities, particularly by socio-economic status …

Record-Linkage and Scottish Longitudinal Study Analyses of Scottish SES Gradients in Health Using Individually-Assigned SES Variables

In addition to its programme of competitively awarded seed grants, SCPHRP commissioned seven needs-based projects during 2008 – 2012, with a focus on  the development of improved data-systems for sensitive population-level monitoring of overall changes in Scottish health status, and trends and patterns in health inequalities, particularly by socio-economic status …

Community Food and its Impact on Mental Health and Wellbeing

This project is led by Ruth Jepson in collaboration with Michelle Estradé and Tony Robertson, Roma Robertson (SCPHRP) and partners at Community Food and Health Scotland (CFHS)/NHS Health Scotland. The aim of this study is to bring together and synthesise the learning from evaluations of community-based work involving food and …