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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Facing the Facts, Shaping the Future, A health and care workforce strategy for England to 2027 Health Education England19 December 20172017
Modelling the implications of reducing smoking prevalence: the benefits of increasing the UK tobacco duty escalator to public health and economic outcomesKnuchel-Takano A., Hunt D., Jaccard A., Bhimjiyani A., Brown M., Retat L., Brown K., Hinde S., Selvarajah C., Bauld L. and Webber L. 13 December 20172017
Modi Mwatsama, presents at the Global Health LabThe Lancet13 December 20172017
UK physical activity guidelines reviewUniversity of Bristol, School for Policy Studies13 December 20172017
Alcohol and familiesDrug & Alcohol Findings Collections13 December 20172017
Tackling NCDs "Best buys" and other recommended interventions for the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseasesWorld Health Organization13 December 20172017
Life Expectancy for Administrative Areas within Scotland 2014-2016National Records of Scotland13 December 20172017
Call for Evidence: Reducing inequalities for homeless familiesYoung People’s Health Partnership; Homeless Link13 December 20172017
Have your say on organ and tissue donationDepartment of Health12 December 20172017
Comprehensive Care: older people living with frailty hospitalsNational Institute for Health Research 06 December 20172017

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