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In this episode of 15 Minutes on Health Inequalities, Anna Pearce and Lia Demou speak to Ruth Dundas about her evaluation of the Healthy Start vouchers scheme. Read the full report about the Healthy Start vouchers. Find out more about Growing Up in Scotland and the Infant Feeding Survey. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit webs…
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In this episode of 15 Minutes on Health Inequalities, Ronan McCabe talks to Anna Pearce and Alastair Leyland about his recent work evaluating the impacts of the introduction of Baby Boxes in Finland and Scotland. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us on Twitter.Autor: MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow
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To mark ‘Diversity in Health’ day during European Public Health Week, Alastair Leyland and Anna Pearce have a conversation with Vittal Katikireddi about a framework for understanding and reducing ethnic inequalities in COVID-19 outcomes. You can read more about the framework in the open access paper discussed in the episode. Visit the MRC/CSO Socia…
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As part of European Public Health Week’s ‘Mental Health for All’ day, 15 Minutes on Health Inequalities hosts Alastair Leyland and Anna Pearce chat to Peter Craig about a recently commenced evaluation looking at the impacts of Universal Credit on mental health. You can read more about the study in the freely available protocol. Visit the MRC/CSO So…
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In this episode of 15 Minutes on Health Inequalities, Naomi Miall, Gillian Fergie and Anna Pearce discuss their recently published report looking at trends in health inequalities in Scotland. You can find out more on the report website. Thanks to the commissioners of this report, the Health Foundation, as well as our many expert advisors and stakeh…
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Ruth Dundas, Alastair Leyland and Anna Pearce discuss the Maternal and Child Health network (MatCHNet) – including its aims, challenges, progress to date and next steps. You can visit the MatCHNet website to sign up to join the network and to find out more information, including policy briefings on welfare grants in pregnancy and early childhood, e…
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In this 15 Minutes on Health Inequalities podcast Ruth Dundas and Anna Pearce chat to Mirjam Allik and Edit Gedeon about their recently published findings on the health of care experienced children in Scotland. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us on Twitter. Follow CHiCS on Twitter…
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Timed to coincide with European Public Health Week’s daily theme on “No health without mental health”, Alastair Leyland and Lia Demou talk to Elise Whitley about her work investigating the mental health of carers during the first COVID-19 national lockdown in the UK. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us on Twi…
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Timed to coincide with 2022 European Public Health Week’s daily theme on “Vaccination as key prevention strategy”, Alastair Leyland and Anna Pearce speak to Vittal Katikireddi from the SPHSU about his work examining waning of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Read the published Lancet paper detailing this work. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sci…
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Timed to coincide with 2022 European Public Health Week’s daily theme on “A healthy and health literate youth”, Mike Green and Anna Pearce speak to Gillian Fergie and Caroline Vaczy from the SPHSU about Creative Insights – their participatory project to gain young people’s perspectives on health inequalities. Details on this work can be found on th…
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In this episode Paul Henery, a Research Assistant at SPHSU, talks to Linsay Gray and Michael Green about his work on social inequalities in childhood unintentional injuries. Read the open access journal article. You can also view details of related work on our website. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us on T…
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Marking European Public Health Week ‘Leaving no one behind’ Day, this special edition reflects back over 15 Minutes on Health Inequalities first year of podcasts and looks forward to some research that the Inequalities in Health programme will be covering over the forthcoming year. It features Alastair Leyland, Linsay Gray, Ruth Dundas and Anna Pea…
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In this latest episode, Ruth Dundas and Alastair Leyland talk to Evangelia Demou about her paper evaluating the impact of smoke-free prisons on exposure to second hand smoke. Access the paper (for free!) Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us on Twitter. Follow Ruth on Twitter. Follow Alastair on Twitter. Follow…
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In this episode Andy Baxter from the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow talks to Alastair Leyland and Anna Pearce (from the same Unit) about his evaluation of the English teenage pregnancy strategy. Read Andy's open access journal article. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us…
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In this latest episode, Linsay Gray and Anna Pearce talk to Michael Green about his recent paper evaluating the impacts of tobacco control policies on inequalities in young people’s smoking in the UK. Access the paper (for free!). You can also access Mike’s other papers on smoking and e-cigarettes (mentioned in the podcast) here: Socioeconomic patt…
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In our first podcast of 2021, Ruth Dundas and Anna Pearce talk to colleagues Denise Brown and Mirjam Allik about an exciting project they have recently embarked upon - the Children’s Health in Care in Scotland (CHiCS) study. Visit the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit website. Follow us on Twitter. Follow CHiCS on Twitter.…
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Countries have introduced a range of measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Physical distancing measures may have adverse consequences on health, and these may be more pronounced in certain population groups. This means that the measures introduced in response to the pandemic may increase health inequalities. Alastair Leyland and Anna Pearc…
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Public health agencies and governments around the world have acted in response to the ever-growing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths. However, deaths from many causes occur every day and are not distributed evenly across societies. How do deaths from COVID-19 compare to deaths due to inequalities, and how do the government’s responses compare? A…
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In this episode of ‘15 minutes on Health Inequalities’, Anna Pearce talks to Ruth Dundas and Alastair Leyland about a WHO Europe report she wrote, with fellow authors at the University of Liverpool, on options for reducing inequities in health in the early years. The views expressed in this podcast are those of Anna and not the WHO. Visit the MRC/C…
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