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Ford, Kat and Quigg, Zara and Woods, Sara and Grant, Caroline and Hughes, Karen (2015) A case study to demonstrate the use of health data in violence prevention within the voluntary and community sector. Liverpool: Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Hopkins University.

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The purpose of the Local Solutions case study is to provide an example of how health intelligence can be used at a local level in violence prevention within the voluntary and community sector. The case study demonstrates how Local Solutions, a charity based in the North West of England were able to use health data to identify where their violence prevention and victim support activities could best be targeted, and allowed the service to increase referrals to the service.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Harm reduction, Crime prevention
Date
July 2015
Pages
10 p.
Publisher
Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Hopkins University
Place of Publication
Liverpool
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