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Journal Article - Original Research

An evaluation of a public-private partnership to reduce artificial trans fatty acids in England, 2011-16.

Eur J Public Health, 2017;
First online: 2017-02-17

Community Alcohol Partnerships with the alcohol industry: what is their purpose and are they effective in reducing alcohol harms?

J Public Health (Oxf), 2017;
First online: 2017-01-09

The Public Health Responsibility Deal: making the workplace healthier?

J Public Health (Oxf), 2016;
First online: 2016-06-14

Health information on alcoholic beverage containers: has the alcohol industry's pledge in England to improve labelling been met?

Addiction, 2015;
Accepted: 2015-08-04 First online: 2015-10-15

An evaluation of the Public Health Responsibility Deal: Informants' experiences and views of the development, implementation and achievements of a pledge-based, public-private partnership to improve population health in England.

Health Policy, 2015; 119(11):1506-14
Accepted: 2015-08-17 First online: 2015-08-24

Are the Public Health Responsibility Deal alcohol pledges likely to improve public health? An evidence synthesis.

Addiction, 2015;
Accepted: 2015-01-08 First online: 2015-03-26

The Public Health Responsibility deal: has a public-private partnership brought about action on alcohol reduction?

Addiction, 2015; 110(8):1217-25
Accepted: 2015-02-19 First online: 2015-03-26

Has a public–private partnership resulted in action on healthier diets in England? An analysis of the Public Health Responsibility Deal food pledges

Food Policy, 2015; 54:1-10

Perceptions of tap water temperatures, scald risk and prevention among parents and older people in social housing: A qualitative study.

Burns, 2012; 38(4):585-90

Scald risk in social housing can be reduced through thermostatic control system without increasing Legionella risk: a cluster randomised trial.

Edwards, P.; Durand, M.A.; Hollister, M.; Green, J.; Lutchmun, S.; Kessel, A.; Roberts, I.;
Arch Dis Child, 2011; 96(12):1097-102


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