From February 2017, information about the work of the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow is available and updated on the University of Glasgow website.
Occasional Paper No. 26: Health, Happiness and Wellbeing for Adolescents Transitioning to Adulthood: A Systematic Review of Individual-Level Interventions for Adolescents from Vulnerable Groups
Occasional Paper No. 25: Evidence on smoking and smoking restrictions in prisons. A scoping review for the Scottish Prison Service’s Tobacco Strategy Group.
Occasional Paper No. 24: Review of the National Sexual Health IT System (NaSH) in Scotland: The potential for sexual health research
Occasional Paper No. 23: Report on a workshop on methods for the economic evaluation of population health interventions: conceptual and practical challenges
Occasional Paper No. 22: Men, deprivation and sexual health: scoping review
Occasional Paper No. 21: Vulnerable young people in alternative education settings: their sexual health needs, experience and use of sex education and sexual health services
Occasional Paper No. 15: A Review of Research Among Black African Communities Affected by HIV in the UK and Europe
Occasional Paper No. 14: Impediments to Developing Social Science Research Capacity in East Africa
February 2005Daniel Wight
Occasional Paper No. 13: An open and shut case: an investigation of the health impacts of local public swimming pool provision in two Glasgow neighbourhoods
H Thomson, A Kearns, M Petticrew.
Occasional Paper No. 11: A Longitudinal Analysis of Physical Activity Patterns of Adults within their early 60's
November 2000Ursula Berger, Nanette Mutrie, Mary-Kate Hannah and Geoff Der
Occasional Paper No. 10: A Review of Young People's Health and Health Behaviours in Scotland.
October 2002Patrick West and Helen Sweeting
Lisa Arai and Seeromanie Harding
Judith Connell & Graham Hart
Lisa Arai & Seeromanie Harding
Hilary Thomson, Mark Petticrew, David Morrison
Patrick West, Helen Sweeting and Geoff Der
First Published July 1999, Updated May 2000
Linda Mcintyre and Mark Petticrew
Alastair H Leyland and Alice McLeod
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