Professor Candace Currie to leave CAHRU
16 Nov 2018
Professor Candace Currie, CAHRU Director, will leave the University of St Andrews and resign her Directorship of CAHRU at the end of February 2019. Thank you for your support of CAHRU which was founded in 2000 at the University of Edinburgh and moved to St Andrews in 2011. It has been a pleasure…
04 Oct 2018
Dr Jo Inchley and Mrs Dorothy Currie authored a WHO report on trends and inequalities in adolescent drinking behaviours across Europe, launched on the 26 September 2018. Their work was reported by the: BBC (TV, radio and online), BMJ, Guardian, Lancet, Telegraph, Times and international media in…
"Are neighbourhood characteristics associated with adolescent drinking in Scotland? A cross-classified multilevel analysis"
06 Jun 2017
We are pleased to share that Gina Martin our PhD student is presenting a paper titled "Are neighbourhood characteristics associated with adolescent drinking in Scotland? A cross-classified multilevel analysis" at the 43rd Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society currently…
WHO/HBSC Obesity Report published
17 May 2017
Adolescent obesity and related behaviours: trends and inequalities in the WHO European Region, 2002–2014 A new WHO/HBSC report 'Adolescent obesity and related behaviours: trends and inequalities in the WHO European Region, 2002–2014' was published today, Wednesday 17 May at the European…
CAHRU welcomes Adele Piper
19 Apr 2017
CAHRU is delighted to welcome Adele Piper to our team. Her background is in public health, specialising in child and family weight management multi-component (exercise, nutrition and behaviour change) programmes. She takes on the role of HBSC Assistant International Network Coordinator.