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1528201490 Evaluating arts and health Chris Harkins looks at the challenges of measuring and evaluating the impact of arts on health, using his evaluation of Sistema Scotland as an example.

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Published
22 October 2014
1445243250 Challenge Poverty Week 2014 Summary of our Challenge Poverty Week activity.

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Published
13 October 2014
Logo_-_midspan_listing Midspan at 50 Midspan 2014 marks the 50th year of the Midspan studies - the largest and longest series of studies of population health in Scotland.

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Published
03 October 2014
1528201509 The Cost of the School Day: preventing poverty-related stigma and exclusion in Glasgow schools Sara Spencer reports on a new Poverty Leadership Panel project hosted by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) in Scotland that aims to tackle the cost of the school day.

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Published
09 July 2014
1378286103 New Glasgow neighbourhood data profiles available A set of new health and wellbeing profiles have been published today on the Understanding Glasgow website.

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Published
26 June 2014
1528201509 Alcohol-related harm in Glasgow: a national, city and neighbourhood perspective Eric Carlin, Director of Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP), discusses recent research on alcohol-related harm.

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Published
23 June 2014
June e-update The latest e-update from the GCPH is available to download now.

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Published
18 June 2014
1528201490 Disrupting expectations Joe Crossland from the GCPH team describes a modern fairy tale 'cultural disruption' event which brought London to a standstill and captured the imagination of the public.

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Published
11 June 2014
1528201509 Getting our bearings right - the equalities journey in east Glasgow Neil Quinn discusses examples from East Glasgow of how to effectively use opportunities within health services to tackle health inequalities.

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Published
05 June 2014
1528201509 Lone parent experiences of welfare reform Marion Davis of One Parent Families Scotland looks at research into how welfare reforms are affecting lone parents moving into work.

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Published
04 June 2014