A guide to using health data to inform local violence prevention : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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A document designed to help health and other professionals set up successful data sharing processes and understand how anonymised data from health sources can be analysed and used to inform local violence prevention.

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  • Publication date22 December 2014
  • CreatorWood, S; Ford, K; Quigg, Z; and Hughes, K
  • ContributorLeon Green

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