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PHR - 09/3006/02

Health impact, and economic value, of meeting housing quality standards

Project title: Health impact, and economic value, of meeting housing quality standards

Call to action: 09/3006 09/3006 Regeneration programmes

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Ronan LyonsORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-5225-000X

Lead Author: Professor Sarah Rodgers

Contractor: Swansea University

Cost: £522,418.43

Co-investigators: Dr Kerina Jones, Dr Philippa (Pippa) Anderson, Dr Robert Smith, Mr Simon Lannon, Mrs Geri Arthur, Professor Ceri Phillips, Professor Frank Dunstan, Professor Sarah Rodgers, Professor Stephen Palmer, Professor Wouter Poortinga.

Started: April 2011 | Status: Published July 2018

This study found that meeting national housing quality standards through multiple home improvements was associated with reduced emergency hospital admissions.

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