Publications

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Inverclyde Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for Inverclyde

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North Glasgow Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for North Glasgow

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Renfrewshire Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for Renfrewshire

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South East Glasgow Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for

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South West Glasgow Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for

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West Dunbartonshire Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for West Dunbartonshire

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West Glasgow Community Health Profile

February 2008

| Report

A Community Health and Wellbeing Profile for West Glasgow

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Social Networks and Employability

January 2008

| Report

This report is based on research to explore social networks as a contributing factor to labour market proximity and likelihood of people attaining sustained employment.

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Do Psychosocial Risk Factors Influence Health in Community Settings?

December 2007

| Report

A meta-review exploring how psychosocial factors may relate to population health in community settings.

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Concepts Series 5

November 2007

| Briefing Paper

How can transport contribute to public health?

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