What works in rapid response public health projects?

Fish, R. and Riley, F. and Wheeler, P. (2024) What works in rapid response public health projects? Disability and Society. ISSN 0968-7599

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Abstract

This Current Issues piece describes how short-term funding in response to public health emergencies can be put to best use. This is a current issue as many public health agencies are having to respond to these types of funding calls as a consequence of the rising COVID-related health inequalities. We describe how one local authority in the UK commissioned established organisations to address areas of need indicated by community groups. The resulting projects directed support towards people who were likely to experience mental ill-health using an advocacy-based approach. We describe the outcomes for people who used the services as well as giving some ‘top tips’ for ensuring such short-term funding is successful for the people who most benefit.

Item Type:
Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title:
Disability and Society
Uncontrolled Keywords:
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Subjects:
?? mental health interventionspublic health fundingyoung peoplecovid-19health(social science)general social sciencesgeneral health professionssocial sciences(all)health professions(all) ??
ID Code:
213425
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Deposited On:
25 Jan 2024 11:05
Refereed?:
Yes
Published?:
Published
Last Modified:
16 Jul 2024 12:13