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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Tackling variations in clinical care. Assessing the Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) programme The Kings Fund01 August 20172017
Infographic: how do our surroundings influence our health?The Health Foundation01 August 20172017
Infographic: what makes us healthy?The Health Foundation01 August 20172017
Communicating your research – a toolkitThe Health Foundation01 August 20172017
BRFSS Brief: physical activity. New York State adults, 2015New York State Department of Health01 August 20172017
UK Health Forum welcomes the UK Government’s plan for tackling roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrationsUK Health Forum31 July 20172017
How effective is an online community of practice (CoP) in reality?UK Health Forum; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine31 July 20172017
Air quality plan for nitrogen dioxide Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs; Department for Transport 27 July 20172017
Sub-regional fuel poverty data 2017Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy 27 July 20172017
Promoting physical activity to improve health can deepen health inequalities: first Dan Hill Fellowship for Health Equity papers publishedCLAHRC West; NHS National Institute for Health Research27 July 20172018

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