Publications

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Date of publication Category Title Description

September 2016

Report

Health and early years, children and young people: a GCPH synthesis

This report draws together our learning about what factors influence the health of babies, children and young people and how improving circumstances during this life stage can help improve health and tackle health inequalities in Glasgow and Scotland.

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September 2016

Briefing Paper

BP 48: Public health implications of payday lending

This briefing paper reviews evidence and furthers the understanding of the potential population health impacts of payday lending.

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August 2016

Report

Improving partnership working between primary care and money advice services

This report looks at how Deep End General Practitioners (GPs) working in deprived parts of Glasgow are responding to the welfare reforms, and how links between them and local money/welfare advice services could be strengthened to improve health.

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June 2016

Report

Right Here Right Now study: final report

This report outlines the findings of the Right Here Right Now (RHRN) pilot study, a 6-month study of the feasibility of using near ‘real-time’ data collection to capture and communicate people’s lived experiences.

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June 2016

Consultation

GCPH response: Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015

These publications are our responses to three of the Scottish Government consultations seeking views about draft regulations that will bring the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 into force.

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May 2016

Report

History, politics and vulnerability: explaining excess mortality

A synthesis of the research undertaken into excess mortality to date, which, from a detailed examination of all the available evidence, identifies the most likely underlying causes and, therefore, the most appropriate policy responses.

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March 2016

Other

State of the Art Briefings: a What Works Scotland working paper

This paper summarises evidence and discussions from the State of the Art Session at the 29th International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement.

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March 2016

Other

What Works in Community Profiling? Reflections from West Dunbartonshire

This paper discusses the experience of What Works Scotland, the Glasgow Centre for Population Health and the West Dunbartonshire Community Planning Team in developing community profiles for the purposes of place-based working and locality planning.

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March 2016

Report

Alcohol use across retirement: a qualitative study of drinking in later life

This report presents the results of a qualitative exploration of older people’s drinking and the factors which influence their use of alcohol.

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March 2016

Other

A 'pockets' approach to addressing financial vulnerability

A Centre for Research on Families and Relationships publication which outlines recent evidence on financial vulnerability among families in Scotland.

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