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Prevention Information & Evidence eLibrary

Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Public health and the food and drinks industry: The governance and ethics of interactionUK Health Forum19 January 20182018
UK Health Forum response to the DEFRA Consultation on additional measures to support individuals and businesses affected by local NO2 plansUK Health Forum10 January 20182018
Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision: a green paper Department of Health; Department for Education 02 January 20182017
Response to “Stronger Charities for a Stronger Society” the report of the House of Lords Committee on CharitiesDepartment for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport02 January 20182017
Homeless householdsPublic Accounts Committee02 January 20182017
Old people’s home for 4 year olds at ChristmasAge UK; Channel 402 January 20182017
While your back was turned: How mental health policymakers stopped paying attention to the specific needs of women and girlsMental Health Foundation02 January 20182017
Health Survey for England, 2016 NHS Digital 02 January 20182017
PE and School Sport Supplier HubDepartment for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; County Sport Partnership Network; London Sport02 January 20182017
Conditions for which over the counter items should not routinely be prescribed in primary care: A consultation on guidance for CCGs NHS England20 December 20172017

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