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1406194568 Interested in joining the GCPH team? We're recruiting for a Public Health Research Specialist.

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Published
07 April 2015
1426085271 New Healthy Start video for health workers The Healthy Start scheme provides low income families with healthy food and vitamin vouchers. A short video has been produced to help health and care staff make sure that everyone who is entitled to these vouchers receives them.

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Published
11 March 2015
1406194568 We're moving! We are very pleased to confirm that we will be moving from our current home on Elmbank Street to the Olympia Building at Bridgeton Cross in May of this year.

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Published
26 February 2015
1423490725 Informing investment to reduce health inequalities - new interactive tool launched Researchers at the Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO) have developed an interactive tool to model the impact of 11 interventions over a period of 20 years on health and health inequalities.

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Published
09 February 2015
1406194568 January e-update The latest e-update from the GCPH is available now.

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Published
30 January 2015
12798_gcph_logo-nodatergb_listing GCPH turns ten! 2014 marked the tenth anniversary of the launch of the GCPH in 2004, and from all of us here at the Centre we’d like to say thank you to everyone who has worked with us during this decade of learning.

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Published
27 October 2014
1406194568 October e-update The latest e-update from the GCPH is available to download now.

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Published
23 October 2014
Poverty_alliance_logo_listing Challenge Poverty Week 2014 Summary of our Challenge Poverty Week activity.

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Published
10 October 2014
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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Published
03 October 2014
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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Published
26 June 2014