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Working together to transform health and wellbeing by strengthening and re-focusing the public health function in Scotland.
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Elaine Young 🌺 Dec 13
Talking Whole System @ NHS A&A Health Improvement Team Meeting, benchmarking against the 9 elements of WSA, identifying strengths, gaps and thinking about areas for collaboration with Public Health Scotland colleagues
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Public Health Reform Dec 13
You can find out more about our to deliver the shared here: Everyone has a role to play!
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judithproctorCO Dec 13
Great to have shadow. Chair and new Chief Executive to our meeting - starting the conversation on how we maximise collective ambitions toward improving population health & wellbeing.
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Emma Kennedy Dec 12
Great to see this planning underway for & it’s key leadership role in driving forward our . If you're interested in finding out more about the 9 characteristics check out this video playlist from
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NatRecordsScot Dec 11
New stats show that life expectancy has stalled in almost all areas of and some areas are experiencing decreasing life expectancy
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COSLA Dec 11
A new and exciting collaboration between and is "a real opportunity to build on the good work Local Government is already doing in tackling child poverty" Chief Executive has said.
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Leslie Evans Dec 11
Public Health Scotland will be key to driving improvements in health + wellbeing, including tackling health inequalities, using a whole systems approach - pleased to welcome their CEO Angela Leitch to
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Irene Beautyman Dec 10
What contribution does Planning & Place make to Public Health AND Community Planning Priorities? What skills and data could we be using more collaboratively to address wellbeing? 👀 +👂here👇 ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Phillip Couser Dec 9
Delighted to be announced today as the future Director for Data Driven Innovation in . An exciting new challenge! Will be sad to leave come next April, but proud of all we have achieved in and .
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NHS HS Mental Health Dec 9
We are pleased to announce our Children and Young People's Mental Health web page is now available - of particular interest will be our Children & Young People policy map. Know where you
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ScotGov Justice Dec 9
Psychological harm is now recognised as an offence, under a new domestic abuse law that came into force this year. This means that abusers engaging in patterns of coercive & controlling behaviour can be punished by law.
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VAW Network Scotland Dec 9
Women are underrepresented in power in Scotland. This continues to be a barrier to tackling VAWG.
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SCDC Dec 6
For the latest , marking 10 years of SCDC as an independent organisation, Mick Doyle explores some key questions around how place-based approaches can make a real difference to communities across Scotland.
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Public Health Reform Dec 5
By taking concerted and collective action to address the root causes of violence against women and girls, we can help shift attitudes in Scotland to a new norm. Taking a to delivering the is a good place to start. 👇
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Public Health Reform Dec 4
People in Scotland are being asked to do more to challenge violence against women and girls - something we recognise as a public health issue. Temi from Shakti Theatre Group says raising awareness isn't enough 👇
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Chris Watson Dec 4
Men abuse and kill their partners because society lets them. We excuse the behaviour of men and we don’t believe women when they ask for help. The only way to prevent violence against women is to end gender inequality.
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Katrina Reid Dec 4
CIH Scotland, ALACHO, SFHA, Shelter Scotland & Scottish Women's Aid published guidance for soc landlords to support them develop an informed response to domestic abuse 👇
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Ben Thurman Dec 4
At workshop on Population Integrated Care: talking about what we can do to shift power & develop more relational, bottom-up approach to population health... and excited to hear speak to the practical experience in
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Phillip Couser Dec 4
Looking forward to a fascinating discussion today. This is probably the domain of public health that needs most attention.
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Public Health Reform Dec 3
To help eliminate violence against women and girls, partners need to work more closely together to fully understand the issues . In efforts to enhance existing partnerships are already underway, as Kerry Herriot explains 👇
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