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The Gambling Commission (GC) has piloted a new approach for collecting data on gambling participation and the prevalence of problem gambling amongst adults in Great Britain. The aim was to develop a single, high-quality methodology that measures gambling participation and prevalence of problem gambling.
Centre for Ageing Better (Ageing Better) commissioned NatCen to undertake survey research and qualitative depth interviews to explore the effects of the pandemic on people aged 50-70.
This study is the third in a series of repeat qualitative studies with 11-19-year olds across the UK conducted by ScotCen, previously conducted in 2016 and 2019, to inform the development of the Youth Obesity Policy Survey (YOPS).
This secondary analysis project set out to investigate the perceptions of the harms and benefits of e-cigarettes, and how they differ amongst adults in England.
The Health Survey for England is a yearly survey that monitors the health of the nation. It has been running since 1991.
Current and past trends in tobacco and e-cigarette use and the impact of legislative and regulatory controls on smoking and e-cigarette use behaviours are outlined in this multi-method research.
This paper is the first output from the project and focuses on the results of the quantitative survey. It examines public views on COVID-19 vaccination and considers the implications for communications and targeted support.
The Mental Health of Children and Young People (MHCYP) survey series provides England’s Official Statistics on trends in child mental health.
The study aimed to describe and assess the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the diet and physical activity of people in the UK by following up participants who had previously taken part in the National Diet and Nutrition Survey rolling programme.
The research is a vital first step forward in addressing the lack of evidence within the field.