The Reckoning – food insecurity measurement and its application to policy and practice

Edinburgh Training Centre, 9:30 – 3:00, Monday 25th November

The Reckoning – food insecurity measurement and its application to policy and practice is the latest seminar for practitioners, policy makers and academics to hear what is happening, and discuss what should be happening, around the measurement of food insecurity.

This event is being organised by NHS Health Scotland, the Scottish Government and A Menu for Change. The Scottish Government will be updating on the data currently collected by the Scottish Health Survey and the move to questions within the UK-wide Family Resources Survey. A Menu for Change will be sharing results from the research component of their three-year project. Central and West Integration Network will also be sharing lessons from their experience of undertaking community-led research.

The event will provide space for attendees to share what they are doing in their own work, as well as an opportunity to explore how we can optimise the impact and influence of research on policy and practice. If you would like a couple of minutes to update people on the work you are currently involved in or planning then please indicate this when you register on eventbrite. We’ll also try to accommodate posters.

We have a maximum attendance of 50, so we recommend early registration.

Please register here Once registered, we’ll send you full programme.

 

 

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