Nhs Health Scotland Research Paper

Description

NHS Health Scotland was tasked by the Scottish Government to lead the evaluation of Scotland's alcohol strategy through the Monitoring and Evaluating Scotland's Alcohol Strategy (MESAS) programme. It has been a collaboration between NHS Health Scotland and National Services Scotland Information Services Division. This report follows four previous annual reports, which have been published since 2011 and several discreet study reports.

Documents

  • MESAS final annual report (PDF, 2.0MB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix A - Alcohol consumption (XLSX, 1.2MB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix B - Alcohol related mortality (XLSX, 166.0KB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix C - Alcohol related morbidity (XLSX, 848.3KB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix D - Alcohol related social harms (XLSX, 101.1KB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix E - Licensing act (PDF, 343.6KB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix F - Implementation of Scottish Alcohol Brief Intervention programme (PDF, 336.0KB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix G - Alcohol act (PDF, 361.1KB)

    English language version

  • MESAS Appendix H - Alcohol affordability (XLSX, 1022.2KB)

    English language version

Alternative formats

If you require publications or documents in an alternative format such as large print, braille and audio versions, please email the NHS Health Scotland Alternative Formats team.

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  • how policies and public health interventions work
  • who they reach
  • what effects they have

by monitoring progress and evaluating the impact of action that aims to improve health and reduce health inequalities.

We use this process to inform future decision making and improve practice. 

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We work with partners to develop outcome focussed approaches to planning, managing and evaluating the performance of action to improve health and reduce health inequalities, including

  • planning of evidence informed public health interventions in a way that will reduce health inequalities
  • monitoring and evaluation to help us understand the impact of these actions and their contribution to National and Local outcomes
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