You are viewing an archived web page captured at 03:43:01 Jun 22, 2021, which is part of the National Records of Scotland Web Archive. The information on this web page may be out of date. See all captures of this archived page. Archived web pages you visit here may leave cookies in your browser. These are not owned, controlled, or used by NRS. NRS do use cookies, including Google Analytics, to monitor site usage and performance. These can be managed in your browser settings. Find out more about cookies.
Loading media information
body furniture
Show me results...
That are:
Relevant to:

RSS icon Search Results

Showing 1 to 6 of 6 1


Scottish Health Survey Topic Report 2011 - Equality Groups

Last Updated: 11/13/2012

The Scottish Health Survey topic report on equality groups has been published. The report includes data on health behaviours and health characteristics broken down by the following equality groups: gender, age, ethnic group, religion, disability and sexual orientation.


Asset based approached for health improvement: redressing the balance

Last Updated: 1/4/2012

Briefing paper 9 from Glasgow Centre for Population Health's Concept Series which presents the current evidence on asset based approaches for helath improvment.


Knowledge, Attitudes and Motivations to Health, 2010

Last Updated: 12/21/2011

This report presents findings from the Knowledge, Attitudes and Motivations to health (KAM) module included within the 2010 Scottish Health Survey (SHeS). The KAM module is the successor to the Health Education Population Survey, which ran in two waves annually between 1996 and 2007 (with the exception of three waves which were suspended in 1999-2000) and was intended to monitor progress in the process of achieving change in health behaviours through a health education approach. The KAM module is embedded within SHeS so can draw on a much wider pool of information about health-related behaviours, experiences and characteristics expanding the possibility for analysis and for a robust examination of the links between knowledge, attitudes, motivations and actual behaviour.

case study

Fit for Girls Case Study Pack

Last Updated: 11/23/2011

A series of case studies showing how Fit for Girls has been implemented in different areas of Scotland.


Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Play@Home

Last Updated: 10/27/2011

The aim of this evaluation was to measure the effectiveness of play@home in meeting its key programme outcomes for Babies, Toddlers and Pre-school age children.


Long-Term Monitoring of Health Inequalities

Last Updated: 10/27/2011

An annual report which summarises the long-term differences in health trends between the least and most deprived areas of Scotland.

Showing 1 to 6 of 6 1

Copyright 2009 NHS Health Scotland