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  • Health & ethnicity in Aberdeenshire : a study of Polish in-migrants ; a report for the Scottish Health Council. 

    Love, John G.; Vertigans, Steve; Domaszk, Emilia; Zdeb, Konrad; Love, Ann P.; Sutton, Philip W. (The Robert Gordon University http://www.scottishhealthcouncil.org/shcp/files/Health%20Council%20Polish%20Final%20Report%20June%202007%20oct%20rev.pdf, 2007-06)
    LOVE, J.G., VERTIGANS, S., DOMASZK, E., ZDEB, K., LOVE, A.P. and SUTTON, P.W., 2007. Health & ethnicity in Aberdeenshire: a study of Polish in-migrants; a report for the Scottish Health Council. Aberdeen: The Robert Gordon University.
    In Scotland as a whole, around 2% of the population are from minority ethnic backgrounds, although the distribution of people from such backgrounds is uneven across the country. In Aberdeenshire, out of a total population ...
  • Health & homelessness in Aberdeen City: a report for the Scottish Health Council. 

    Love, John G.; Love, Ann P.; Vertigans, Steve; Sutton, Philip W. (The Robert Gordon University http://www.scottishhealthcouncil.org/shcp/files/Health%20Council%20Homeless%20Final%20Report%20June%202007%20rev%20oct.pdf, 2007-06)
    LOVE, J.G., LOVE, A.P., VERTIGANS, S. and SUTTON, P.W., 2007. Health & homelessness in Aberdeen City: a report for the Scottish Health Council. Aberdeen: The Robert Gordon University.
    1. Background According to the latest official figures, 1900 households presented themselves as homeless in Aberdeen City in the year 2005/2006 (Scottish Executive 2006). The problems faced by homeless people in Aberdeen ...
  • A retrospective analysis of a community based weight loss programme in conjunction with group behavioural change sessions in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). 

    Nikokavoura, Efsevia Anastasia (Robert Gordon University Centre for Obesity Research and Epidemiology, 2014-11)
    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is variously reported to affect between 5-26 % of reproductive age women in the UK and it accounts for up to to 75% of women attending fertility clinics due to anovulation. The major symptoms ...