Costs of the Well London programme

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Wittenberg, R., Findlay, G. and Tobi, P. 2016. Costs of the Well London programme. Canterbury Personal Social Services Research Unit.
TypeProject report
TitleCosts of the Well London programme
AuthorsWittenberg, R., Findlay, G. and Tobi, P.
EditorsCurtis, L. and Burns, A.
LanguageEnglish
ISBN
Hardcover9781911353027
PublisherPersonal Social Services Research Unit
Place of publicationCanterbury
Page range12-16
Publication dates
PrintDec 2016
Publication process dates
Deposited27 Jun 2018
AcceptedOct 2016
Output statusPublished
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ISSN: 1368-230X

Web address (URL)https://www.pssru.ac.uk/pub/uc/uc2016/wittenberg.pdf
Institution nameUniversity of Kent
Department namePersonal Social Services Research Unit
Book titleUnit Costs of Health and Social Care 2016
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