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1378286103 New children and young people's data profiles A new set of children and young people’s health and wellbeing profiles have been published on our Understanding Glasgow website.

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Published
07 December 2016
1528201524 November e-update The latest e-newsletter from the GCPH is available now.

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Published
28 November 2016
Activate_communities_pic_listing Community development workshop We hosted the #ActivateCommunities development event on 29th November about research into place and quality of life.

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Published
22 November 2016
Ersc_festival_logo_listing Barras Social - event and film launch As part of the Festival of Social Science, we launched a new film at the Barras Social event on 12th November.

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Published
09 November 2016
1528201524 Scottish Faculty of Public Health conference 2016 We recently presented research at the 2016 Scottish Faculty of Public Health conference.

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Published
26 October 2016
1528201509 “It takes all of us”: a whole-school approach to reduce the cost of the school day Marion Fairweather discusses the value of working together with stakeholders and using a whole-school approach to reducing the cost of the school day.

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Published
19 October 2016
Cpw_small_listing Challenge Poverty Week 2016 During Challenge Poverty Week this year we published new research from GoWell learning and research programme and Cost of the School Day project.

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Published
17 October 2016
1528201509 Can we do more to prevent poverty and adversity in childhood? Guest blogger Pauline Craig looks at recent research into early childhood experiences and outcomes in later life.

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Published
30 September 2016
1528201490 Playing the Glasgow Game Bruce Whyte describes the Glasgow Game – a fun and engaging way to find out about life and health in Glasgow.

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Published
27 September 2016
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