Tackling the wider determinants of health disparities in England: A model for evaluating the new deal for communities regeneration initiative
Parry, J. and Judge, K., 2005. Tackling the wider determinants of health disparities in England: A model for evaluating the new deal for communities regeneration initiative. American Journal of Public Health, 95 (4), pp. 626-628.
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The National Strategy for Neighbourhood Renewal (NSNR) is a central component of British policy to reduce health disparities. This program seeks to improve local socioeconomic and physical environments through the intensive regeneration of disadvantaged communities. We describe the challenges facing evaluators tasked with assessing the impacts of 1 component of the NSNR-the New Deal for Communities initiative-and explore techniques that may be adopted in the evaluation process.
|Creators||Parry, J.and Judge, K.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000227998700018|
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