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Understanding public health systems: a participatory systematic review and systems infographic

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posted on 2020-03-20, 13:30 authored by Amy Barnes, Michelle Black, Susan BaxterSusan Baxter, Andrew FurberAndrew Furber, Mark StrongMark Strong, Claire Beynon, Mary Dallat, Catherine Jeffery, Alisha R Davies, Elizabeth GoyderElizabeth Goyder, Evangelos KritsotakisEvangelos Kritsotakis, Mark ClowesMark Clowes
Aim and Method
To conceptualise a public health
system through participatory
systematic review using
stakeholder workshops to produce
a ‘system’ framework and refining
via two linked systematic reviews
(one on public health policy
overall, one on early years policy)
to answer the question:

‘What examples can be identified
of similarities and differences in
the public health systems and
policy approaches of the four
countries of the UK since political



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