LANDSCAPE REVIEW OF OBESITY RESEARCH IN SCOTLAND: AN UPDATE

IN 2015 SCPHRP members Ruth Jepson, Michelle Estrade, Stephen Malden and Daryll Archibald carried out a landscape review of current and ongoing obesity research that has been conducted on Scottish populations in the last decade, on behalf of NHS Health Scotland. This research was intended to supplement revisions that were …

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 …

Parenting support for kinship carers looking after teenagers

We’ve recently developed and designed a parenting support project. The Care Project is a parenting support programme for kinship carers looking after teenagers. It provides teenager-based parenting skills around connectedness, conflict management and behaviour control. To encourage maximum learning, it utilises a four-part learning process: self-awareness; learning; self-monitoring; and reflection. …

Mental Health: Moving Forwards – The Five Year Plan programme

SCPHRP Jane Hartley will be attending a mental health conference which is looking at NHS England’s new five year mental health plan: A new era for mental health care is on the horizon… Mental Health: Moving Forwards – The Five Year Plan will explore how the new national strategy for mental health …

Life of Breath

SCPHRPs Jane Hartley is attending an interdisciplinary symposium, organised by the Centre for Medical Humanities and Anthropology Department at Durham University as part of the Life of Breath project to ‘explore, discuss and gain insight into the perception and experience of breath and breathing practices both historically and cross-culturally’. “I’m …

Early Years Working Group – Continuity and transition of care event

The Early Years Working Group, together with Better Births Initiative (Royal College of Midwives) and the Evidence for Action Team (NHS Health Scotland) recently organised a free, half-day event at the University of Edinburgh to promote effective continuity and transition of care throughout maternity and to health visiting services. The …