CFHS has commissioned research and evaluation in order to:
- build the evidence base on the nature and extent of community food activity in Scotland
- identify the contribution of this work in reducing health inequalities and barriers to healthy and affordable food
- explore new ideas for improving food and health work.
Findings are shared with community food initiatives (CFIs), policymakers and key stakeholders to promote learning and improve practice.
Our plan for 2022/2023
CFHS is currently working with the Scottish Government, community food networks and our colleagues in Public Health Scotland to plan how the community food sector can be supported in the future.
News and updates
Reasons to be cheerful part 2 – CFHS cooking skills research. What did we learn about the best ways to run a cooking skills course?
Cooking skills blog 29: Finding out if your cooking skills courses are ‘working’: Guest blog: what’s the difference between ‘observation’ and ‘third party’?
Cooking skills blog 27: Cooking skills research: Are you more likely to cook if you have cooking skills?
Cooking skills Blog 26: Finding out if your cooking skills courses are ‘working’: Using both questionnaires and observation as methods