Tag Archives: population health

Data, Government, and a Little Bit of Cake – My Internship Story

Published on: Author: Megan Yates

Unit PhD student Megan Yates is in her third year of her postgraduate studies and recently worked at the Scottish Government as part of an internship organised through the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science. Megan explains her experience working alongside analysts working at the heart of government. In September I returned to my PhD… Continue reading

The link between population health and health inequality

Published on: Author: Frank Popham

by Frank Popham, Senior Research Fellow with the Measurement and Analysis of Socio-economic Inequalities in Health programme, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit. This page was originally posted on his blog, Frank Popham – Social Scientist and Population Health. It is open access (CC BY 4) Is life expectancy increasing? Is health inequality decreasing?… Continue reading