• 07 Jan

    FFIT Best Practice for Public Health

    This 12-week weight-loss program, targeting overweight men, was delivered free of charge to male football fans of Scottish professional football clubs. The program was delivered by community coaches employed by the clubs, in weekly sessions that included advice on healthy eating and weight loss, behaviour change motivation, and physical activity.
  • 23 Jan

    ‘Issues in Neuropsychology’ Book Series Launched

    The first two books in the series 'Issues in Neuropsychology' (Series Editor, Prof Jon Evans) have been published with graduates of the MSc Clinical Neuropsychology programme as Editors.
  • 06 Jan

    CRUK Grant Award and MRC Funded Studentship

    Dr Katie Robb, IHW Leadership Fellow based in General Practice and Primary Care, has been awarded a research grant from Cancer Research UK and also a separate MRC-funded studentship.
  • 05 Jan

    Alcohol multibuy ban research

    Holyrood BOGOF booze ban has Scots drinking 1MILLION litres less alcohol per year. The new drinking law triggered a massive drop in the volume of wine bought at supermarkets and off-licences the next year.
  • 20 Jan

    Global Perspectives on Mental Well-being Knowledge Exchange/Summer School

    We warmly invite you to join us in Kigali at the ‘Global Perspectives on Mental Well-being’ knowledge exchange event/summer school which will explore ways of promoting reciprocal learning about mental well-being between the Global North and the Global South.
  • 23 Jan

    ‘Issues in Neuropsychology’ Book Series Launched

    The first two books in the series 'Issues in Neuropsychology' (Series Editor, Prof Jon Evans) have been published with graduates of the MSc Clinical Neuropsychology programme as Editors. Dr Brian O'Neill is co-editor of ‘Assistive Technology for Cognition’, and Dr Jenny Svanberg is co-editor of ‘Alcohol and the Adult Brain’. A seminar and reception to celebrate the launch will be held on February 20th
  • 14 Jan
  • 13 Jan

    IHW 3MT Competition

    IHW is running a 3MT competition and we hope that you will get involved, either as a participant or an audience member.