Category Archives: NHS Health Scotland

2020 – my year in articles

This blog contains my thoughts and views about retailing and retail change and is very much my own voice, providing some immediate commentary on current themes (mainly).  I do though have other outlets for my research and writing and whilst … Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Brands, Consumers, Convenience stores, Health, Healthcare Retail Standard, Hospital Shops, Institute for Retail Studies, Loyalty, NHS Health Scotland, Public Health, Retail Change, Retail Policy, Retailing, Town Centre Review, Uncategorized, University of Stirling | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Making Hospital Shops Healthier

Over the last seven or so years, for a variety of personal reasons, I have seen more of the insides of hospitals than I have wanted to.  I am not alone in this at my life stage of course.  Those … Continue reading

Posted in Alcohol, Behavioural Economics, Consumer Lifestyle, Diet and Health, Food Retailing, Food Standards Scotland, Government, Health, Healthcare Retail Standard, Healthy Living, Hospital, Hospital Shops, Institute for Retail Studies, NHS Health Scotland, Promotion, Public Health lev, Regulation, Research, Retailers, Scottish Government, Scottish Grocers Federation, Tobacco, Uncategorized, University of Stirling, Well being | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments