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1423490725 PHINS 2020 webinar series: September-October 2020 In place of the annual PHINS seminar, GCPH and Public Health Scotland, as part of the ScotPHO collaboration, are hosting three separate, but linked, online webinars.

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Published
06 August 2020
1528201524 July e-update Our latest e-newsletter is now available.

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Published
24 July 2020
1588174192 Walking during the lockdown in Scotland Lisa Garnham explores how patterns in walking have changed since the COVID-19 lockdown began.

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Published
09 July 2020
1528201490 Policies to reduce health inequalities: where were we in Scotland pre-pandemic? David Walsh discusses new research looking into what has happened in Scotland since 2016 with regards to inequalities-related policies and the pre-pandemic situation.

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Published
03 July 2020
1588174192 The power of communities Jen McLean discusses the responses of communities across Scotland to the COVID-19 pandemic, in the context of our work on asset-based approaches.

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Published
23 June 2020
1588174192 Cycling through a pandemic In this blog, Bruce Whyte explores how COVID-19 and the associated virus containment policies are affecting how, when and where we travel.

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Published
16 June 2020
1528201524 Spring e-update Our latest e-newsletter is now available.

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Published
29 May 2020
1528201524 Small grant scheme successful applicants announced We are pleased to announce that 8 organisations have been awarded a small grant to support creative ways to communicate what young people think about climate change and health.

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Published
28 May 2020
1588174192 Coping with the COVID-19 pandemic: the central role of home Lisa Garnham reflects on research around the importance of ‘home’ for mental health and how this evidence could shape our response to COVID-19.

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Published
20 May 2020
1588174192 What is community resilience? Pete Seaman discusses resilience in communities in relation to the challenges of public health and the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published
18 May 2020