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The First Annual Event for the GoWell programme (investigating the effects of neighourhood change in Glasgow) will be held on Friday 2 March.

GoWell Annual Event

posted on: Feb 26, 2007

GoWell is an exciting and innovative research and learning programme that was launched in 2006 to investigate the effects of neighbourhood change on the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities in Glasgow, over the next 10 years. It is a collaboration between a range of academic and policy/housing organisations and includes researchers from Glasgow Centre for Population Health, the University of Glasgow Department of Urban Studies and MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit (Evaluation Programme).


The first GoWell annual event will be held on Friday 2 March at St Andrew's in the Square, Calton, Glasgow. This event will provide you with an opportunity to hear about the range of GoWell activities that have taken place over the past year, as well as some of the early findings from the first wave of the GoWell community health and wellbeing survey and other components of the programme. There will be an opportunity to discuss the implications of these findings and to comment on the next phase of developments. There will also be a chance to meet the research team and programme partners, and to find out how you, your community or organisation can become more involved in GoWell.


As places are limited, we would be grateful if you would indicate your intention to attend by completing the registration form and returning it to Rebecca Lenagh-Snow by 22 February. Alternatively, to book a place you can telephone Rebecca her on 0141 221 9439. Places are limited, and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.