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Mark McCann

Glasgow University

Mark is a research fellow at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow where he leads the ‘Peers and social networks’ workstream of the relationships and health programme. Mark is particularly interested in mental health and substance use research and has a particular interest in the analysis of social networks.

Mark has worked on projects focussing on how social networks influence health behaviours in adolescence, factors related to the use of novel psychoactive substances, an N of 1 study of individual level factors related to change in alcohol consumption after the implementation of alcohol minimum unit pricing in Scotland, and COVID19-related disruption to informal and formal support networks of people who use or have used substances.

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