Since 2004, the Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) has sought to generate insights and evidence, support new approaches, and inform and influence action to improve health and tackle inequality.
Working with a wide range of stakeholders, we conduct research of direct relevance to policy and practice; facilitate and stimulate the exchange of ideas, fresh thinking and debate; and support processes of development and change.
Based in Glasgow, we have a focus on the particular characteristics of this city, but our approaches and learning have implications for other cities, not only in the UK, but worldwide.
We recently held a seminar as part of a series of learning events about our active travel programme of research.
We have published descriptive analyses of datasets relating to cycling within Glasgow in order to help provide a picture of cycling activity within the city
A new set of children and young people’s health and wellbeing profiles have been published on our Understanding Glasgow website.
The latest e-newsletter from the GCPH is available now.
Seminar Series 13: Lecture 6 - Annie Warburton
25 April 2017