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Action on neglect: noticing and helping the neglected child

Professor Brigid Daniel | 01 April 2012

Neglect is extremely damaging to children in the short and long term. All too often children have to endure chronic lack of physical and emotional care over long periods of time before they receive help. And all too often that help is too little, too ...

Promoting knowledge exchange across the sight loss sector

Ms Sally Mcmanus | Social Policy | 01 October 2013

Almost two million people in the uk live with a level of sight loss that significantly impacts on their daily lives. People with sight loss have low levels of participation across many aspects of their lives and low levels of wellbeing. Many organisa ...

Social values and health priority setting: a user template

Professor Albert Weale | 01 March 2012

Across the world, policymakers face the challenge of setting health care priorities fairly.  priority setting involves technical analyses of clinical and cost effectiveness.  however, it also involves social value judgments about, for examp ...

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