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1406194568 Asset-based approaches: reflections on a journey of writing in partnership Jennifer McLean reflects on the collaborative approach undertaken in writing a new book on asset-based approaches.

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On: 19 May 2016 By: Dr Jennifer McLean
Film_blog_logo_listing April's Midweek Movie - films and discussion This month we highlight a collection of historical public information films which have been made available online by the BFI (British Film Institute) and discuss trends in public information dissemination using film.

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On: 06 May 2016 By: Sheena Fletcher
Film_blog_logo_listing March's Midweek Movie - films and discussion For March we chose to watch and discuss two short films focusing on people’s experiences of poverty.

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On: 11 April 2016 By: Greig Inglis
1406194568 The ‘social stuff’: connections, communities and health Sara Dodds discusses how our connections to others, our networks of support, and our ability to influence decisions affecting our lives, all impact on our health.

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On: 08 April 2016 By: Sara Dodds
Film_blog_logo_listing Our film work - get involved online with our Midweek Movie Following the inaugural GCPH film festival, held in 2015 to celebrate and explore Glasgow through film, we have been working on a small project to curate a collection public health-related films.

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On: 23 March 2016 By: Dr Lisa Garnham
1406194568 Reflections on a Bridgeton Walkabout Rachel Harris and Cat Tabbner reflect on a recent walk around Bridgeton with the rest of the GCPH team.

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On: 20 November 2015 By: Rachel Harris
1406194568 Reflections on poverty It's Challenge Poverty Week and in this blog James Egan reflects on areas of poverty work and research involving the Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH), looking at what lessons can be learned from listening more to those living in poverty.

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On: 19 October 2015 By: James Egan
1406194568 The challenge of an unequal world Lorna Kelly discusses Michael Marmot’s book 'The health gap: the challenge of an unequal world', looking at inequality, health and the wider social and economic contexts which affect population health.

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On: 21 September 2015 By: Lorna Kelly
1442229460 European Mobility Week: How does the GCPH team get to work? To mark the start of European Mobility Week, Sheena looks at the varying commutes of members of the GCPH team.

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On: 16 September 2015 By: Sheena Fletcher
1442229460 Learning from other places - active travel It's European Mobility Week and in this blog Bruce Whyte discusses his commute and how we can learn from other cities to improve levels of active travel in Glasgow and create networks of integrated, safe routes for pedestrians and cyclists.

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On: 16 September 2015 By: Bruce Whyte