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1528201490 Higher or lower - How well do you know Glasgow? Jessica Watson looks at our new ‘Higher or Lower’ game, an engaging way to use data to investigate how neighbourhoods across Glasgow compare.

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Published
11 June 2018
1528201509 Playing the Glasgow Game to develop our future leaders This summer, the GCPH and three PhD students hosted an international and diverse group of nine aspiring leaders from Common Purpose’s 33Sixty programme.

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Published
14 December 2017
1378286103 New children and young people's data profiles A new set of children and young people’s health and wellbeing profiles have been published on our Understanding Glasgow website.

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Published
07 December 2016
1378286103 A perspective on children's health in Glasgow Bruce Whyte discusses a new set of children and young people's health and wellbeing profiles, which aim to help inform services planning and identify population health patterns.

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Published
07 December 2016
1528201490 Playing the Glasgow Game Bruce Whyte describes the Glasgow Game – a fun and engaging way to find out about life and health in Glasgow.

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Published
27 September 2016
1528201490 The ‘Glasgow Effect’ and the ‘Scottish Effect’: unhelpful terms which have now lost their meaning David Walsh discusses new research on excess mortality and why the terms 'Glasgow Effect' and 'Scottish Effect' are unhelpful and outdated.

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Published
02 June 2016
1378286103 How well are we describing your neighbourhood? We’re asking people in Glasgow to look at and give feedback on our set of health and wellbeing profiles for Glasgow neighbourhoods.

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Published
27 May 2016
1528201524 New synthesis on excess mortality published Our new synthesis report has identified the most likely underlying causes of Scotland’s and Glasgow’s levels of ‘excess’ mortality.

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Published
15 May 2016
1528201524 New report highlights how Glasgow is changing Our new report looks in detail at how health and life expectancy are changing in Glasgow and explores the changes to the city’s population, housing, environmental and socioeconomic circumstances over the last 20 years.

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Published
07 March 2016
1444055821 Playing the Glasgow Game during the Unusual Suspects Festival The Glasgow Game allows any group of people to have a rich and engaging conversation about a central question or issue about life in the city.

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Published
05 October 2015