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PHINS 2023

3 Nov 2023

University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD, United Kingdom


This year’s PHINS (Public Health Information Network for Scotland) seminar took place on the morning of Friday 3rd November.


Welcome and introduction by the Chair - Margaret Douglas, Public Health Scotland

Understanding and preventing socio-economic inequalities in child health - what can we be doing better? - Anna Pearce, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

'Every little helps': infant feeding and levelling up in the early years - 'Tomi Ajetunmobi, Public Health Scotland

Mortality outcomes of children and young people in care in Scotland - Denise Brown, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

Can taxation and social security policies help to reduce health inequalities? - Liz Richardson, Public Health Scotland. NB this presentation cannot be made available publicly on our website currently 

The health benefits of pedestrian and cyclist commuting: evidence from the Scottish Longitudinal Study - Bruce Whyte, Glasgow Centre for Population Health

Evaluating the impact of Minimum Unit Pricing in Scotland - Lucie Giles, Public Health Scotland

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