Publications

If you're looking for a report or presentation slides from one of our events, please see the individual event page.  View our past events here.

You can also download a comprehensive list of all our publications (PDF).

Our complete collection of films, as well as an album of our infographics, is available on the edShare resource and learning platform.

Findings Series 29 - Children's school travel

February 2011

| Briefing Paper

Children’s travel to school – are we moving in the right direction?

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Evaluating the Impact of ‘The Big Eat In’ - Final Report

January 2011

| Report

Evaluation of 'The Big Eat In' pilot exercise

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Public Attitudes to Physical Activity in Glasgow

January 2011

| Briefing Paper

The results of research undertaken in Glasgow by EKOS for GCPH on behalf of the Scottish Government.

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Young people and alcohol - JRF findings report

December 2010

| Report

Young people and alcohol: influences on how they drink

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Findings Series 27 - 'The Big Eat In'

December 2010

| Briefing Paper

Evaluating the Impact of the 'Big Eat In' Secondary School Pilot

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Drinking to belong - JRF report on alcohol and decision-making

November 2010

| Report

Drinking to belong - Understanding young adults’ alcohol use within social networks

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Findings Series 26 - Active Travel 2010

October 2010

| Briefing Paper

Moving in the right direction? Findings from a review of transport policy in Scotland

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Seminar Series Six - synopsis

September 2010

| Report

Synopsis of Seminar Series Six - December 2009-May 2010

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Seminar Series evaluation report

September 2010

| Other

This report documents FMR Research's evaluation of the GCPH Seminar Series

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Findings Series 25 - the Glasgow Effect

September 2010

| Briefing Paper

Investigating a 'Glasgow Effect': why do equally deprived UK cities experience different health outcomes?

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