The COVID-19 pandemic had wide-reaching impacts on grief and funeral practices, leading to a renewed focus on death and bereavement.
Why it is critical to put health at the centre of climate action and the pathways to a health-centred climate justice.
In England, almost 10,000 children and young people started treatment for an eating disorder between April and December 2021.
In this blog, we reflect on useful elements of longitudinal cohort studies and potential risks to analyses.
Can tablets collect data from people with no internet or limited digital literacy?
Our flagship British Social Attitudes survey has tracked views on public expenditure priorities since 1983.
“Climate change is outrunning us”: COP27 and the urgency to reaffirm equity and inclusivity in climate action
This blog proposes three priorities through which equity and inclusivity can be embedded in the climate agenda.
The first in a series of five annual podcasts discussing the findings of the A Better Start evaluation.
People living with physical impairments and mental health conditions can experience real barriers to accessing and getting on in work.
Introducing longitudinal population studies from a biomedical science perspective – Understanding Society & Growing Up in Scotland