This report reflects a short programme of work to investigate the impact and influence of community food intiatives in relation to maternal and infant nutrition.
Community Food and Health (Scotland)
This report is based on the results of an online survey completed by 35 people that had completed an accredited nutrition course.
This publication looks at the role that community initiatives can play in building reach into policy and practice around food access.
This short repot provides a summary of research commissioned by CFHS that studied the impact of cooking skills on families.
NHS Health Scotland; sustainability; food as an action focus; inequalities; food poverty
This publication gives a flavour of what community food initiatives and disability learning support providers are doing to offer adults with learning disabilities access to food and health activities in order to improve their health and wellbeing.
A report on the work undertaken by micro funding recipients and findings from a learning event.
Strengthening food work across ethnic minority communities: a focus on maternal and infant nutrition
This mapping exercise was carried out to provide a snapshot of voluntary and community organisations’ activity in relation to maternal and infant nutrition across ethnic minority communities in Scotland.
This report represents a small activity of community and voluntary sector activiy that supported maternal and infant nutrition at a particular point in time – spring 2012.
The CFHS annual networking conference took place at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow on Wednesday 7 November. On the right track? brought together everyone who has a role or interest in community food and health activity that addresses health inequalities in Scotland. The conference programme featured three separate parts: a discussion kicked off by Dr. Deirdre »