The Scottish Centre for Social Research was funded to conduct a qualitative study, to explore the dual use of e-cigarettes and tobacco in Scotland.
First annual report from NatCen International
An evidence review and qualitative research (interviews and a diary study) were used to explore the stigma associated with loneliness.
In 2021, the Institute for Public Policy Research commissioned NatCen to deliver a deliberative assembly with health and care workers.
The latest findings from the Health Survey for England 2021
This module from the Scottish Social Attitudes survey focuses on public attitudes towards alcohol and tobacco use and weight.
This focus of this research was to examine the factors associated with loneliness in adults in England during the pandemic.
The Health Survey for England series covers core topics, including general health and lifestyle behaviours that influence health and social care.
The only annual national source of information on the health and factors relating to the health of people living in Scotland.
The BSA 39 report provides a wealth of evidence on where the public stand on the various challenges faced buy the new government.