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1471943051 Doors Open Day We took part in Glasgow’s Doors Open Day for the first time, allowing public access to the top floor of the historic Olympia Building.

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Published
19 September 2016
1406194568 Payday lending and public health Our new briefing paper summarises key evidence on the potential harm of payday lending, and how it represents a risk to population health.

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Published
02 September 2016
1406194568 New Acting Associate Director We are pleased to announce that Dr Pete Seaman has now taken up position as Acting Associate Director.

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Published
06 July 2016
1465898908 The Crunch New programme aims to inform and create discussion around the connections between food, health and the environment.

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Published
14 June 2016
1378286103 How well are we describing your neighbourhood? We’re asking people in Glasgow to look at and give feedback on our set of health and wellbeing profiles for Glasgow neighbourhoods.

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Published
27 May 2016
1406194568 New synthesis on excess mortality published Our new synthesis report has identified the most likely underlying causes of Scotland’s and Glasgow’s levels of ‘excess’ mortality.

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Published
15 May 2016
1406194568 March e-update The latest e-newsletter from the GCPH is available now.

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Published
22 March 2016
1457444796 Prof Carol Tannahill awarded Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Our Director, Prof Carol Tannahill, today becomes a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).

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Published
08 March 2016
1406194568 New report highlights how Glasgow is changing Our new report looks in detail at how health and life expectancy are changing in Glasgow and explores the changes to the city’s population, housing, environmental and socioeconomic circumstances over the last 20 years.

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Published
07 March 2016
1443705848 New research into the cost of the school holidays CPAG report says low income families struggle with food, childcare and heating costs during the school holidays.

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Published
23 December 2015