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Papers of the Year 2019: A Review

Many thanks to all the friends of the SCPN who have given us such great suggestions for Paper of the Year.

Here’s an overview in case you missed any:

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Paper of the Year 2019: Professor Annie Anderson

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. Our final paper of 2019 has been nominated by SCPN co-director Professor Annie S. Anderson, who has chosen a progress report on the sugar reduction programme between 2015 and 2018.

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Paper of the Year 2019: Miss Susan Moug

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. We asked Miss Susan Moug, consultant colorectal surgeon and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor based at Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley to tell us her nomination for paper of the year. In reply, she sent us this thought provoking statistic from the International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership.

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Paper of the Year 2019: CMO Dr Catherine Calderwood

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. We are delighted that our Chief Medical Officer Dr Catherine Calderwood has provided us with some thoughtful reading with a paper that highlights the possibility of global elimination of a form of cancer through vaccination.

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Paper of the Year 2019: Lorraine Tulloch

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. We asked Lorraine Tulloch, Programme Lead, Obesity Action Scotland, for her nomination for paper of the year 2019 and this is what she had to say:

“Lifestyle choice, lifestyle related condition… all too often obesity is described in these terms. Such a reductionist approach to a complex issue repeatedly forms the dialogue in our current UK political climate. The paper I am nominating for paper of the year is far from reductionist”

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Paper of the Year 2019: Professor Callum Fraser

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. Professor Callum G Fraser, Senior Research Fellow, University of Dundee and Founding Member of the Expert Working Group on FIT for Screening, CRCSC, World Endoscopy Organization has chosen his paper of 2019 which discusses the important topic of the increasing incidence for colorectal cancer in young adults.

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Paper of the Year 2019: Professor Nanette Mutrie

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. SCPN friend Professor Nanette Mutrie, Director of the Physical Activity for Health Research Group, University of Edinburgh, has nominated the revised Chief Medical Officers’ physical activity guidelines as her report of the year and here is why…

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Paper of the Year 2019: Alison Douglas

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. SCPN friend and Chief Executive of Alcohol Focus Scotland Alison Douglas has nominated a paper discussing the minimum unit pricing (MUP) of alcohol in Scotland which was introduced in May 2018, and the impact this has had on health.

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Paper of the Year 2019: Ann B. Gates

We asked our SCPN team and friends what they thought was the most interesting paper that had come across their desks this year. Today we have Honorary Associate Professor Ann B. Gates, CEO of @Exerciseworks who has chosen a paper discussing the benefits of leisure-time physical activity…..a message of hope-for all-across the lifespan.

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