The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has convened a group of key organisations in order to respond to the evolving and significant challenges which the social housing sector is experiencing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Partners involved in exploring the feasibility of citizens basic income (CBI) pilots in Scotland have published an interim report into their findings. Fife, North Ayrshire, City of Edinburgh and Glasgow City councils are working together with NHS Health Scotland and the Improvement Service to explor
NHS Health Scotland has published a report on events it hosted which explored the link between good housing and health and well-being. Housing has an important influence on health outcomes through the effects of quality, cost, fuel poverty and the role of housing in community life. In Scotland, many
Healthy Working Lives has launched its new website, allowing businesses across Scotland to access personalised advice to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of their workforce. The new home of health, safety and wellbeing is packed with interactive features. And its fresh and concise new conten
The Scottish Health and Homelessness Conference 2017 is being held today hosted by NHS Health Scotland at the Surgeon’s Hall in Edinburgh. Attended by over 150 delegates, the event aims to bring people together from different sectors to hear from key speakers about recent research and practice and
The Scottish Public Health Network (ScotPHN) has produced a new practical guide to help improve collaboration between people working within the public health and housing fields. The ScotPHN, which is hosted by NHS Health Scotland and is accountable to the Directors of Public Health, believes that wh
A national Health and Homelessness event is being held in Edinburgh today and tomorrow hosted by NHS Health Scotland at the Grassmarket Community Project. Attended by over 100 delegates, the event aims to bring people together from different sectors to hear from key speakers about recent research an