The CIEH and the University of Greenwich have published a professional guidance document that draws together a range of methods and good practice in adding to the environmental health and housing evidence base.
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‘Effective Strategies and Interventions: environmental health and the private housing sector’ is complied by Dr Jill Stewart, Senior Lecturer at the University of Greenwich. This professional guidance document presents a number of research papers that showcase examples of innovative environmental health practices. These examples include partnership working to demonstrate the fundamental importance of re-focusing on housing as a social determinant of health and the potential for improved health outcomes and impacts. The papers cover the following subject areas:
- Tackling Poor Housing Conditions
- Regeneration Strategies: Area Approaches and Empty Homes
- Effective Working for Health Improvement
- Working More Effectively Together
You can download ‘Effective Strategies and Interventions: environmental health and the private housing sector’ (PDF) here.