Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH), established in 2004, is a resource to generate insights and evidence, to create new solutions and provide leadership for action to improve health and tackle inequality. GCPH works across the boundaries of research, policy, implementation and community life to shape a healthier future for Scotland. It focuses on bringing people with different perspectives together to commit to fresh thinking and approaches to improve Glasgow's health. 

Based in Glasgow, the GCPH has a focus on the particular characteristics of this city, but we believe that our approaches and learning will have implications for other cities and regions.

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Poverty_alliance_logo_listing Challenge Poverty Week 2014
Summary of our Challenge Poverty Week activity.

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Logo_-_midspan_listing Midspan at 50
Midspan 2014 marks the 50th year of the Midspan studies - the largest and longest series of studies of population health in Scotland.

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1378286103 New Glasgow neighbourhood data profiles available
A set of new health and wellbeing profiles have been published today on the Understanding Glasgow website.

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