Scottish Cancer Prevention Network

SCPN News

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Mar 21

A novel approach to increasing community capacity for weight management a volunteer-delivered programme (ActWELL) initiated within breast screening clinics: a randomised controlled trial

A novel approach to increasing community capacity for weight management a volunteer-delivered programme (ActWELL) initiated within breast screening clinics: a randomised controlled trial Annie S. Anderson, Huey Yi Chong, Angela M. Craigie, Peter T. Donnan, Stephanie Gallant, Amy Hickman, Chloe McAdam, Jennifer McKell, Paul McNamee, ...

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Nov 20

Alternative Advent

December sees the launch of our social media campaign #Alternativeadvent Have a read of our blog to see why this campaign is important. Or why not have a look at our Alternative Advent calendar

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Oct 20

Scottish Cancer Foundation PhD Studentship

We are excited to advertise a new Scottish Cancer Foundation PhD Studentship looking at improving cancer preventive behaviours in cancer patients and their families. Cancer prevention is vital given ever increasing cancer cases and spiralling costs of cancer treatment. The challenge is that supporting people to live a cancer ...

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Feb 20

Obesity and Breast Cancer Risk Webinar

The SCPN was delighted to host a webinar discussing Obesity and Breast Cancer Risk on the 25th February 2020. If you missed the webinar by Professor Annie Anderson, SCPN CO-Director and Professor of Public Health Nutrition, you can watch it now at the link below.   WEBINAR 

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Oct 19

Red and processed meat still pose cancer risk, warn global health experts

The message stays the same … avoid processed meat and limit red meat to reduce risk of bowel cancer. For more information please read the statement from WCRF HERE.

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Feb 19

Men’s Health Publication

Stacking the Odds for Better Living & Better Men’s Health We have developed a publication to deliver cancer prevention, screening and lifestyle advice.  The publication is now being distributed to men attending AAA screening clinics in Tayside and Fife and through Urology Clinics in Tayside. The publication includes articles ...

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