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Welcome to People in Public Health. People in Public Health is a national study about approaches to developing and supporting lay people in public health roles.

The study was successfully completed in October 2010 and final reports are now available. Please click on the links below.



The experience and skills of lay people are a valuable resource for health improvement. This study aimed to understand the different approaches to involving people in public health roles so that services can better identify, develop and support individuals willing to make a contribution to health in local communities and workplaces. We hope the findings from this study lead to shared learning within public health practice.













 

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On these pages you will find information about all stages of the study, the research team and the key findings. Please consider joining our Register of Interest where individuals and organisations can give brief details of any projects involving lay people or register to receive information about the progress of the study.

The People in Public Health Database is also still available for you to search for information on published studies.

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