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Prevention Information & Evidence eLibrary

Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Tackling health inequalities by improving the quality of housing From evidence to action – WHO’s responseWorld Health Organization22 September 2015Uncertain
NHS Bradford City CCG: Improving the detection and prevention of Type 2 diabetes- Bradford Beating Diabetes (BDD)Right Care casebook series01 September 2015UK
UK Health Forum welcomes Scotland’s ruling that Minimum Unit Pricing can go aheadUK Health Forum21 October 2016216
Cost effectiveness methodology for vaccination programmes Department of Health and Social Care27 February 20182018
Civil society strategy: have your say Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport; Office for Civil Society27 February 20182018
Clean Air Parents' NetworkClientEarth; British Lung Foundation27 February 20182018
Model-based appraisal of the comparative impact of Minimum Unit Pricing and taxation policies in Wales: Final reportWelsh Government28 February 20182018
UK Health Forum Response to the Department for Transport consultation on proposals for the creation of a Major Road NetworkUK Health Forum19 March 20182018
Modelling the health and cost impacts of increasing tobacco taxesUK Health Forum07 March 20182018
Modelling the health and cost impacts of increasing tobacco taxesUK Health Forum07 March 20182018

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