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PHINS 2022

15 Nov 2022

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (Buchanan Suite), 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY, United Kingdom


This year’s PHINS (Public Health Information Network for Scotland) seminar took place on the morning of Tuesday 15th November


Welcome and introduction by the Chair - Gerry McCartney, University of Glasgow

Understanding the health of people with overlapping experiences of homelessness, justice involvement, problem drug use, and psychosis: lessons from administrative data - Emily Tweed, MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

Why do we need action on 'missingness' in health care? - Andrea Williamson, University of Glasgow - Presented by Ross McQueenie, Public Health Scotland

Cost of living crisis and food insecurity - Anna Taylor, The Food Foundation

Climate resilience - the GALLANT approach - Jaime Toney, University of Glasgow

Fairly reducing car use in Scottish cities: a just transition for transport for low-income households - Becca Massey-Chase, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)

Addressing climate change - the case of public food in Scotland - Mary Brennan, University of Edinburgh

Changing life expectancy in the UK and why it matters (animation)

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