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Can specific approaches to community engagement help to reduce inequalities in health. PHR No: 09/3008/11
£154,389, National Institute for Health Research: Health Technology Assessment Programme. 1/04/11 → 31/08/12. Previous work has shown that if communities are 'signed up' to an intervention or programme that they are receiving, people are more likely to participate and that better outcomes can result. However, it is not known: 1) which approaches to engaging communities are able to reduce inequalities in health; 2) which types of intervention work best when communities are engaged; and 3) what the implications are in terms of the resources required. A synthesis of existing evidence on these issues will allow us to explore multiple approaches to community engagement in different topic areas with different populations in a timely and cost-efficient way.
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