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Partnership working in public health

Author: David J Hunter
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, 2014.
Series: Evidence for public health practice series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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'Partnership Working in Public Health' presents the findings from a detailed study of public health partnerships in England. The lessons from the research are used to explore the government's changes in public health now being implemented, most of which centre on new partnerships called Health and Wellbeing Boards that have been established to work differently from their predecessors. The book assesses their likely  Read more...
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David J Hunter
ISBN: 1447301331 9781447301332
OCLC Number: 877018227
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 199 pages .).
Contents: Introduction;Theories and concepts of partnerships;Public health partnerships: What's the prognosis?;The view from the bridge: Senior practitioners' views on public health partnerships;The view from the frontline: Frontline practitioners' views on public health partnerships;The changing policy context: New dawn or poisoned chalice?;Conclusion: The future for public health partnerships.
Series Title: Evidence for public health practice series.
Responsibility: David J. Hunter and Neil Perkins.

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Partnership working in public health presents the findings from a detailed study of public health partnerships in England which are used to explore the government's changes in public health now being  Read more...

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