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2021

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  • Learning from the Scottish Deep End Project
    Talk given by Professor Graham Watt at a session on "Social Inequality and Health" at the annual meeting of the College of the Norwegian Medical Association, coordinated virtually from Oslo on 20 April 2021
  • DEEP END REPORT 37 COVID-19 vaccine deployment for marginalised groups in Scotland
    Summary | Full report

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  • GPs at the Deep End [video]
    Three academic GPs and members of the Deep End group talk about the importance and value of the group, ahead of the UofG Knowledge Exchange and Public Engagement Awards 2020 

August 

  • Health inequalities in Scotland: a GP view
    This account from a frontline GP, Dr Catriona Morton, reflects on the experience of a professional lifetime in practices serving socio-economically deprived populations. It refers to the evidence base, is a call to action, and offers pragmatic solutions and recommendations for resource distribution. The paper is rooted in the current Scottish General Practice architecture, unapologetically using that, and Edinburgh-based approaches, as case studies. It is a document of its place and time: it will achieve its purpose if colleagues feel free to use it as a resource to change things for the better, in the service of our patients.  

July 

  • Deep End Zoom Meeting 1 
    Brief summary of the first Deep End International Zoom Meeting held on 09 July 2020 and exploring the shared agenda of Deep End Projects

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2019

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August

  • Deep End Newsletter No 2 (August 2019)
  • Deep End response to the One Year Care Consultation
    The Deep End group response to the second phase of the Scottish Government inquiry into what primary care should look like for the next generation
  • "Move Pollok" GPs promoting community engagement and health in a Deep End community [YouTube video]
  • Deep End GPs as institutional entrepreneurs and political navigators
    Short report | Summary
    Summary of a dissertation carried out in partial fulfillment for the degree of BA (Hons) Business Enterprise at the University of Strathclyde. The aim of the study was to investigate the connection between traditional entrepreneurial concepts within the context of the healthcare sector. The study looks at the concept of ‘institutional entrepreneurship’, which sees frontline actors attempt to initiate change within already established institutions through unconventional behaviour for that particular field. The GPs at the Deep End project was used as the focus of the study to understand how intuitional entrepreneurship was being carried out within the context of primary healthcare to narrow healthcare inequalities through strategic navigation of the medical political system.

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