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Models for schools of public health: A scoping review and synthesis of existing evidence

By Alison Steven, Chiara Lombardo and Deborah Goodall

Abstract

The final report on 'Models for schools of public health: A scoping review and synthesis of existing evidence' produced by Steven, Lombardo and Goodall and commissioned by Public Health Gateshead is now available.\ud \ud To date, existing evidence regarding models (organisational, structural, managerial, administrational) for Schools of Public Health (SsPH) has not been systematically collected or synthesised. This study aims to begin to fill that gap by using a combination of rapid review and scoping review techniques to retrieve and assess existing literature to identify potential and existing models, themes and issues and where possible highlight strengths and weaknesses

Topics: B700, B900, X200
Publisher: Fuse: the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:nrl.northumbria.ac.uk:5758

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