Browsing Effect of public policy on variations in health
This is a series of six reports plus summary from the department of Civic Design and Department of Public Health in the University of Liverpool looking at the effects of public policy on variations in health.
It is based on five case studies, most of which are urban regeneration projects funded through the Single Regeneration Budget (SRB), which are prime examples of inter-agency cooperation.
The 5 case studies are :-
Stepping out – a project to empower young women.
Parenting 2000 – a programme to develop parenting skills.
Private rented dwellings – a programme to improve quality of private rented dwellings occupied by vulnerable tenants.
Aylesbury plus – a bid for New deal for Communities (NDC) funding to regenerate a housing estate.
Target hardening – a project to reduce the incidence of repeat burglaries.
There is also a final report and summary drawing together the lessons of these case studies.