Scottish Faculty of Public Health conference 2016

26 October 2016

We recently presented research at the 2016 Scottish Faculty of Public Health conference.

The theme of the conference this year was ‘Strong voices, pragmatic public health’ and a number of GCPH staff members shared and discussed a variety of our recent research and project work – see below. Access the full programme and more conference information on the Faculty of Public Health conference website.

We had two poster presentations at the conference:

Using lived experience of Gorbals residents to advise a neighbourhood approach aimed at reducing inequalities
Lizzie Leman

Animating Assets: Appreciating the strengths and unlocking the potential of local communities as a means to improving health and wellbeing
Jennifer McLean and Valerie McNeicePoster slide - if you require an accessible version or a transcript, please email info@gcph.co.uk 

Access more information on our Animating Assets work.

 

We also had four oral presentations at the conference:

Weathering change: Partnership working to support climate resilience in North Glasgow
Gregor Yates

Read more about our work on resilience and public health

History, politics and vulnerability: explaining excess mortality in Scotland and Glasgow
David Walsh

Access more information on Scotland and Glasgow’s excess mortality research

Alcohol use across retirement: Ritual and routine as protection from harmful consumption
Pete Seaman

Find out more about our research into alcohol and public health

GoWell regeneration community panel
Cat TabbnerPoster slide - if you require an accessible version or a transcript, please email info@gcph.co.uk 

Access more information about Cat’s work with the GoWell Panel and the GoWell community engagement work on the GoWell website

 

As ever, if you have any questions about our work you can always get in touch by emailing us or by tweeting us @theGCPH.

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