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Spend and Outcomes Tool - updated March 2012
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Agenda for the Knowledge and Intelligence Network event (inc. the TRUF) held in cambridge on the 29th September 2016.
Knowledge and Intelligence Network and TRUF combined presentation: 29 September 2016
South Midlands and Hertfordshire Winter Pressures Bulletin: Sept 2015
Anglia and Essex Winter Pressures Bulletin: Sept 2015
Place of death of children and young people in the East of England
Knowledge and Intelligence Network East Event: Agenda 07/07/2016
Knowledge and Intelligence Network East Event and TRUF combined presentation. 07072016
The Marmot Review: implications for Spatial Planning.
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The Marmot Review: implications for Spatial Planning. The Marmot Review Team (2011). This report is intended to inform the NICE work on evidence relating to spatial planning and health. The paper: Provides evidence about the relationships between health and spatial design, and the socio-economic gradient in environmental disadvantage; Outlines the Marmot Review policy recommendations for the built environment and the evidence and analysis behind these proposals; Proposes "good design principles? for promoting both physical and mental health and well-being within communities; Gives examples of best practice in addressing health inequalities through spatial planning and matrices to develop best practice interventions; Includes a review of available resources and tools to assess the health and equity needs of an area, and the impact of developments and regeneration projects on health equity (both pre- and post- implementation.)
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Collection : Spatial planning for health: evidence reviews
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