Using geodemographics to segment the market for hazardous and harmful drinkers in Cheshire and Merseyside – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Social marketing is an insight driven process that seeks to first understand the lives of those whose behaviour it is seeking to change. It uses a systematic approach to understand the rich mixture of the population who may have different

Evaluation of the Liverpool Say No To Drunks Pilot Intervention – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

The sale of alcohol to drunk people is illegal in the UK. Despite this, drunkenness is a common feature of nightlife settings while public awareness of the law and bar server compliance with it appears to be low.  In 2014,

Top Tips for Health in Local Authorities: (Observatory Report Series Number 65) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Top tips for health in local authorities, aims to enable local authorities within Cheshire and Merseyside to focus on actions they can take to promote the health of local people and their employees. Linked closely to the Choosing Health White

Evaluation of the Phase 2 Snack Right Social Marketing Project – base-line data: A preliminary report: (Observatory Report Series No. 70) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

This research is the final report on the evaluation of Phase 2 Snack Right social marketing project that aimed to improve the nutritional quality of snacks given to pre-school children in deprived areas of Cheshire and Merseyside and to gain

Evaluation of the Phase 2 Snack Right Social Marketing Project – Final Report: (Observatory Report Series No. 71) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

This research is the final report on the evaluation of Phase 2 Snack Right social marketing project that aimed to improve the nutritional quality of snacks given to pre-school children in deprived areas of Cheshire and Merseyside and to gain