Scottish Cancer Prevention Network

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Cancer prevention work wins top award

The work of a pioneering project, the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network, that has raised public awareness of the risk of...
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My experiences in Cuba – a report by Fergus Brown the 2018 SCPN student bursary

For my senior elective this year, I spent four weeks in Santiago de Cuba, the nation’s 2nd biggest city, located...
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Reducing health harms of foods high in fat, sugar or salt consultation

Consultation response submitted by Prof Bob Steele and Prof Annie S. Anderson, Co-directors of the SCPN to the Scottish Government’s Reducing...
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Behind the headlines

Seen something in the news about lifestyle, screening, cancer? If you want to check it out try NHS England’s ‘Behind the...
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Welfare Foods – a consultation on meeting the needs of children and families in Scotland

The SCPN responded to a recent consultation by the Scottish Government to gain insight in to the best use of their...
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A blueprint for cancer prevention

Today the much awaited Third Expert Report from the World Cancer Research Fund is published collating the most recent evidence...
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We held a Kitchen Table Talk!

The Scottish Food Coalition is inviting people from across Scotland to get together for Kitchen Table Talks to discuss the future of...
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Upcoming Events


The SCPN Blog

Our blog features regular updates on the world of cancer prevention and up-to-date research, accompanied by personal anecdotes from our co-directors and various guest writers. 

Newsletter

We recognise that education and awareness raising are the cornerstone to action, and produce a newsletter four times a year, which covers the wide range of our interests.

Art & Design Prize

We are delighted to announce Ibrahim Karim and Erin Docherty as the 2016/17 winners of The SCPN Art & Design Prize for Creative Communication for their project 'Dougal the Dog.'

Healthy Meetings

The SCPN has developed a scorecard, which focuses on ten highlights that regular meeting attenders agree, represent important examples of good practice for healthy meetings.


Stacking The Odds

The Scottish Cancer Coalition is a partnership of 21 voluntary organisations dedicated to improving cancer services and outcomes for patients in Scotland, and promoting research and prevention efforts.

Scottish Cancer Foundation

The Scottish Cancer Foundation is our parent charity and has developed and supports the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network.