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  • About Us - ScotPHN
    forum for sharing knowledge and skills supporting the development and application of health economics knowledge skills and methods across the NHS third sectors and wider public in Scotland facilitating collaboration between the academic health economics policy and practice communities across health and social care identifying more efficient approaches to prevention and encouraging the use of health economics tools to inform shifts in resources into a more preventative health and social care system The Quality Efficiency Support Team in Scottish Government supports and funds the network via the Scottish Public Health Network and NHS Health Scotland The network is open to anyone working in or interested in the application of health economics to improving quality sustainability and effectiveness in health care services and in the economics of prevention and population health We are looking to strengthen our reach into areas that play lead roles in health and social care integration and in prevention for example local government Community Planning Partnerships CPPs and the third sector Share This Next Latest News Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Health Economics Network for Scotland About Us Latest News Network Activities Resources Network Events Related Events Steering

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/health-economics-network-for-scotland/about-us/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Introduction - ScotPHN
    order to contribute to improvements in policies and plans that will enhance population health and reduce health inequalities Objectives To increase the visibility and credibility of SHIIAN as a source of advice and support with HIA To promote the use of HIA and HIIA To improve coverage of health including differential impacts in other assessment processes To improve access to high quality evidence for use in HIA and other assessments SHIIAN has recently started to work more closely with colleagues in the ScotPHN whilst maintaining a relationship with NHS Health Scotland Health Inequalities Impact Assessment HIIA Much of SHIIAN s work is available on the NHS Health Scotland website The Health Inequalities Impact Assessment page includes guidance and advice about how to conduct an assessment The focus on health inequalities equality and diversity and human rights means this is groundbreaking work The network communicates regularly by email to share ideas issues and experiences There are smaller working groups that undertake specific tasks Meetings are organised about specific themes or projects that are of interest to members and the wider public health and health improvement community To find out more join our mailing list by contacting martin higgins nhslothian scot nhs

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/networks/scottish-health-and-inequalities-impact-assessment-network-shiian/introduction/ (2016-04-24)
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  • SHPMG Action - ScotPHN
    welcome this report from Scottish Government and the recognition of the significant number of agencies including Health Promotion Improvement who contribute to improving health and addressing health inequalities Please see the entire statement on the left hand side Share This Next SDsPH Action Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Public Health Review SHPMG Action SDsPH Action Public Health Review Engagement Join ScotPHN

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/projects/public-health-review/shpmg-action/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Introduction - ScotPHN
    social media as a form of health information networking especially considering authority privacy and rapid turnover of platforms New approaches available with mobile and handheld or platform convergent apps Practical public health advice that can be given effectively by using such approaches An outline of possibilities and potential hazards arising from big data using these sources Timescale 2015 16 Share This Click here to cancel reply You must be logged

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/projects/emerging-technologies/emerging-technologies-2/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Introduction - ScotPHN
    NHS Health Scotland A literature review is now available as part of this work Changeworks produced a series of fuel poverty maps on behalf of ScotPHN in August 2015 There is one for each local authority area To access these please email ScotPHN nhs healthscotland scotphn nhs net Share This Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Fuel Poverty Introduction Join ScotPHN Follow

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/projects/fuel-poverty/fuel-poverty/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Introduction - ScotPHN
    is currently carrying out scoping work for a gambling project on behalf of ScotPHN this will be finished for May 2016 ScotPHN will then undertake the project in 2016 17 If you would like to be involved please contact ScotPHN at nhs healthscotland scotphn nhs net and we will be in touch Share This Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Gambling Introduction

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/projects/gambling/gambling/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Introduction - ScotPHN
    is available on this page Supporting material obtained during its development and received as part of the on going work to mitigate the impact of welfare reform can be found in the Resources Welfare Reform section of this website Kate Burton NHS Lothian continues to undertake work in this area on behalf of the Scottish Government and can be contacted via ScotPHN Share This Click here to cancel reply You

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/projects/impact-of-welfare-reform/impact-of-welfare-reform/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Introduction - ScotPHN
    guidance documents which apply epidemiological and research evidence into service planning The first of the conditions included in this series is on acquired brain injury ScotPHN wishes to develop further examples in the series If you would be interested in authoring guidance on a specific LTC please contact ScotPHN nhs healthscotland scotphn nhs net Share This Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment

    Original URL path: http://www.scotphn.net/projects/long-term-conditions-local-needs-assessment-tool/long-term-conditions-local-needs-assessment-tool/ (2016-04-24)
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