Outcome and Economic Evaluation of City and Hackney Social Prescribing Scheme

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Bertotti, M. and Temirov, O. 2020. Outcome and Economic Evaluation of City and Hackney Social Prescribing Scheme. Institute for Health and Human Development, University of East London.
AuthorsBertotti, M. and Temirov, O.
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Year2020
PublisherInstitute for Health and Human Development, University of East London
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