This short report provides a summary of research commissioned by CFHS that studied the impact of cooking skills on families.
Topic: parents and carers
The impact of community cookery skills activities on families – a comparison between three different approaches
In October 2012 Consilium Research and Consultancy Limited was commissioned by CFHS to explore the impact of different approaches to delivering community cookery skills activities on families. The research aims to identify and analyse the sustainable outcomes for families engaging in three approaches to delivering cooking courses.
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 snapshot of community and voluntary sector activity that supported maternal and infant nutrition at a particular point in time – spring 2012.
This report gives an account of how the Early Year Self-evaluation Collaborative has continued to embed evaluation systems into its work with parents and children. Five projects completed Stage Two and have written up individual evaluation reports that describe how they are demonstrating the impact of their work.
A report of the annual networking conference held on 11 October 2007 at Murrayfield Conference Centre, Edinburgh
National Food Policy; CFHS small grant scheme; Whole-school approaches to food education in Ireland; Scottish Grocers Federation Healthy Living programme; Burnfoot Community School; Planting to Plate; Food for Tot
National Food Policy for Scotland; Back in Touch; Taste for Independence; food, health and homelessness; Cyrenians Farm
SCDP evaluation; health inequalities; healthy living centres; diabetes; school lunches; nutrition research news; Information Exchange; Inequalities Health and the New Scotland