SCPHRP

Other Publications

Reports

2022

Kathleen Morrison, Larry Doi, Thomas Hughes, Niamh Woodier 2021/8/21. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Family Nurse Partnership insights: Evaluation report. Publisher Scottish Government Get full report here

2021

Larry Doi, Jane Eunson, Rachel Ormston, Kathleen Morrison, Ruth Astbury, Ruth G. Jepson Evaluation of the Universal Health Visiting Pathway in Scotland Phase 1 report (2021). Get full report here

2020
2019
Report on key outcomes following the implementation of 20mph speed limits in the City of Edinburgh (for Edinburgh City Council, 2019)

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THE JUNCTION: ‘WHAT WORKS, FOR WHOM AND IN WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES?’

Tobacco control policy in Scotland: A qualitative study of expert views on successes, challenges and future actions

An evaluation of a physical activity and peer support intervention for people experiencing homelessness: Street Fit Scotland

The Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences in the General Population of Scottish Children in the first 8 years of life

Health Impacts of Mixed-Tenure Housing Regeneration in Toronto’s Regent Park – Phase 2

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

THEORY BASED EVALUATION OF LONG TERM CONDITIONS AND MACMILLAN BENEFIT ADVICE SERVICE in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow

HEALTH ISSUES IN THE COMMUNITY (HIIC): Evaluability Assessment

Creating Better Health & Wellbeing’ Event Report

Evaluation of Eat Well – Keep Active (Stage 1)

Linking and using Health and Social Care data in Scotland – charting a way forward

Assessing socio-economic inequalities in mortality and other health outcomes at the Scottish national level

A cross-sectional pilot study of the Scottish early development instrument: a tool for addressing inequality

Characteristics of Effective & Ineffective Adolescent Health Interventions with a Parental Component

Landscape Review of the Research on Obesity in Scotland

Tobacco control policy in Scotland: A qualitative study of expert views on successes, challenges and future actions

An Open Space discussing Health Inequalities in Scotland and what they will look like in the next 10 years and beyond

Enabling Health and Wellbeing in Later Life Mapping Scottish policies, programmes and initiatives

Getting the balance right – Effective stress reduction strategies in the workplace

Presentations

Our Outdoors at Edinburgh International Science Festival 2018 presentation

Posters

The impact of early learning and childcare on the parents of pre-school children: results of a rapid systematic review poster

Is 20 plenty for health? Evaluation of the 20mph speed limit networks in Edinburgh and Belfast on a range of public health outcomes poster

CHILDREN BORN TO DRUG DEPENDENT MOTHERS: the creation of a unique virtual cohort study poster

Landscape Review of Obesity Research in Scotland poster

MORE THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS SUPPORTING CITIZENS TO BE INVOLVED IN SOCIAL INNOVATION poster

 

SCPHRP Magazines

SCPHRP Spring Magazine 2016

SCPHRP Magazine SPRING EDITION 2014

SCPHRP Magazine Autumn/ Winter 2013

SCPHRP Summer Magazine 2013

SCPHRP SPRING ISSUE 2013

SCPHRP AUTUMN/ WINTER ISSUE 2012

SCPHRP Summer Issue 2012

SCPHRP Spring Issue 2012

 

Scans

Interventions for Promoting Early Child Development for Health An environmental scan with special reference to Scotland

Adolescent and Young Adult Health in Scotland Interventions that address multiple risk behaviours or take a generic approach to risk in youth

Policy Interventions to Tackle the Obesogenic Environment Focusing on adults of working age in Scotland

Promoting Health and Wellbeing in Later Life Interventions in Primary Care and Community Settings

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