Adequate and appropriate housing is widely acknowledged to be a crucial underpinning of health and well-being. While the impact of poor housing on health, well-being and quality of life is demonstrable – and the contribution of housing to all these areas is self evident – it has all too often been peripheral to the framing of policy at the interface between health and social care.

Publisher: Housing LIN
Published Date: 2007
Author: Nigel Appleton and Peter Molyneux
Length: 22pp

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