Month: July 2019

Institutionalising preventive health: what are the key issues for Public Health England?

Paul Cairney (University of Stirling) John Boswell (University of Southampton) Richard Gleave (Public Health England) Kathryn Oliver (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) On the 12th June, at the invitation of Richard Gleave (Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, PHE), Professor Paul Cairney (University of Stirling) and Dr John Boswell (University of Southampton)

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Institutionalising preventive health

Professor Paul Cairney, University of Stirling and Dr John Boswell, University of Southampton On the 17 May 2019, Professor Paul Cairney (University of Stirling) and Dr John Boswell (University of Southampton) led a discussion on ‘institutionalising’ preventive health with key people working with the Scottish Government and COSLA to reform public health in Scotland, including

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‘Greedy landlord’ stereotype is not true for all in private sector – some use power responsibly

Kim McKee, Senior Lecturer, Social Policy and Housing, University of Stirling, Emma Bimpson, Research Associate, UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, University of Sheffield, Tom Simcock, Research Fellow, Edge Hill University The private rented sector has long had the unenviable reputation as the “tenure of last resort”. As far back as the 1915 rent strikes in Glasgow,

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Africa’s treacherous roads are no safer after scores of initiatives – here’s a new grassroots approach

Dr Edward Duncan, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport, University of Stirling Dr Isabelle Uny, Research Assistant, Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport, University of Stirling Everyone knows that roads are dangerous, but many people are surprised when they find out just how deadly they can be. As many as 1.4m people are killed every

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