Animating Assets with Glasgow Centre for Population Health 2 Mar 12.30-1.30 #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour

Our next #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour will be on Wednesday 2 March, 12.30-1.30

We’ll be hearing about assets-based approaches to health and wellbeing, infographics, social media and more from Rachel Harris and Sheena Fletcher at Glasgow Centre for Population Health, building on their work with Scottish Community Development Centre. Read more about Animating Assets. Check out a selection of GCPH’s excellent infographics below. This will be a fully interactive webinar, with film, a demo of producing elements of an effective infographic, and chat and tweeting.

Join using instructions below. You’ll need a computer (or smart phone) to see the webinar. You’ll also need a phone to hear and join in the conversation.

This event is now finished. A blog with summary and full presentations will be posted ASAP.

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Some examples of GCPH infographics

Community voices - final.jpg Commuting and active travel trends

Social Capital.jpeg  Miniature Glasgow - the city in 100 people v1

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An hour with @CyclingSurgeon on physical activity and social media (3.2.16)

The 2nd #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour

At our first #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour (6.1.16) we communicated solely using Twitter. Read the blog here. Though generating a lot of information and tweets, it was a little tricky to follow the flow of discussion and many contributors wanted help with tweeting. During that session we identified physical activity as a topic of interest for a future session.

For the second #PublicHealthHour we therefore set up a Webex webinar with tweeting (to provide a clearer structure), and were lucky to be joined by Prof Chris Oliver, Physical Activity for Health Research Centre, University of Edinburgh. Chris is a very successful tweeter with a large following (@CyclingSurgeon). The session ran from 11AM ’til noon, 3 Feb 2016.

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Joining instructions for 3 Feb webinar with @CyclingSurgeon Prof Chris Oliver

The next #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour session (Wednesday 3 Feb 2016) will be run as a webinar (Webex), with Prof Chris Oliver (@CyclingSurgeon) telling us about physical activity, a new physical activity MOOC (massive online open course) and providing a masterclass on Twitter.

This will be at the earlier time of 11AM (open from 10.50 to allow everyone to navigate any IT hurdles).

*** This event has passed – read blog summarising our discussions here ***

Twitter hashtags #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour. Tweets during the hour will be sent out from @ScotPublic (follow for future #ScotPublicHealth #PublicHealthHour sessions). If you don’t use Twitter, then there will still be an opportunity to take part in the chat box provided in the Webex session.

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