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Prevention Information & Evidence eLibrary

Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Chief Medical Officer for Scotland Annual Report 2015/16 Realising Realistic MedicineScottish Government01 March 20172017
Air quality: a briefing for directors of public healthLGA; DEFRA; PHE01 March 20172017
Towards an integrated approach to livestock farming, sustainable diets and the environment: challenges for the Common Agricultural Policy and the UKInstitute for European Environmental Policy01 March 2017 
150 easy ways to sit less every day ParticipAction01 March 20172017
Monograph 21: The Economics of Tobacco and Tobacco ControlNational Cancer Institute01 March 20172016
Healthy lives for people in the UKThe Health Foundation28 February 20172017
Webinar: Practical learning and tips to put people and communities at the heart of health and wellbeingThe Health Foundation; Nesta28 February 20172017
NOURISHING frameworkWorld Cancer Research Fund International28 February 20172017
Briefing: Health and Care of Older People in England 2017Age UK28 February 20172017
Promoting good health from childhood. Reducing the impact of alcohol marketing on children in Scotland. A report by the virtual expert network on alcohol marketingAlcohol Focus Scotland28 February 20172017

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