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Guest_blog_listing The Cost of the School Day: preventing poverty-related stigma and exclusion in Glasgow schools Sara Spencer reports on a new Poverty Leadership Panel project hosted by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) in Scotland that aims to tackle the cost of the school day.

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On: 07 July 2014 By: Sara Spencer
Guest_blog_listing Alcohol-related harm in Glasgow: a national, city and neighbourhood perspective Eric Carlin, Director of Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP), discusses recent research on alcohol-related harm.

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On: 23 June 2014 By: Eric Carlin
Gcph_logo_high_resolution_listing Disrupting expectations Joe Crossland from the GCPH team describes a modern fairy tale 'cultural disruption' event which brought London to a standstill and captured the imagination of the public.

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On: 11 June 2014 By: Joe Crossland
Guest_blog_listing Getting our bearings right - the equalities journey in east Glasgow Neil Quinn discusses examples from East Glasgow of how to effectively use opportunities within health services to tackle health inequalities.

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On: 05 June 2014 By: Neil Quinn
Guest_blog_listing Lone parent experiences of welfare reform Marion Davis of One Parent Families Scotland looks at research into how welfare reforms are affecting lone parents moving into work.

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On: 04 June 2014 By: Marion Davis
Guest_blog_listing Resilience for public health: supporting transformation in people and communities Fiona Garven looks at resilience in relation to public health, focusing on recent GCPH research.

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On: 06 February 2014 By: Fiona Garven
Gcph_logo_high_resolution_listing Feeding the sixty-five thousand A look at research into the school food environment in Glasgow and school meals through the eyes of a student.

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On: 21 January 2014 By: Kelda McLean
Guest_blog_listing New virtue to tackle old vices Reflections on Maria Pereira's recent GCPH seminar and further thoughts on philosophical tradition and the current economy.

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On: 23 December 2013 By: Joshua Graham
1384346065 Working to promote Healthier, Wealthier Children in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde With the news currently dominated by the recession, reduced public spending and the UK Government welfare cuts, it’s nice to be able to report a good news story.

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On: 11 November 2013 By: Lynn Naven
Gcph_logo_high_resolution_listing No such thing as a free lunch? Food is a central part of our existence in terms of our individual, community and planetary well-being and there is increasing awareness that our food system needs to change if we are to tackle some of today’s social, economic and environmental problems.

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On: 28 October 2013 By: Fiona Crawford