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Mental Health 03.09.2019

45.1 Childhood Poverty and Health


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The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of different trajectories of exposure to child poverty and their association with three i...

Mental Health 03.09.2019 45.1 Childhood Poverty and Health Entry by intruders 31.07.2019 44.5 Mental Health and Entry by Intruders Mental Health 31.07.2019 44.4 Children and Trauma Associated with Fire Fire 31.07.2019 44.3 Impact of Fire on Mental Health Noise 31.07.2019 44.2 Impact of Noise on Mental Health Social Housing 31.07.2019 44.1 The Mental Health of Social Housing Tenants Housing standards 31.07.2019 43.4 Voluntary Home Improvement by Landlords
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Dr Stephen Battersby

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Professor David Ormandy




Professor David Ormandy

Dr Stephen Battersby has over 40 years experience in Environmental Health specialising in housing but with other public health interests. He is editor of Clay’s Handbook of Environmental Health. He is currently running the RHE UK Housing forums and teaching courses on the HHSRS, enforcement and preparing for appeals to the Residential Property Tribunal


Professor David Ormandy is visiting academic at the Division of Health Sciences in Warwick Medical School. His interests include housing conditions and health; the assessment of housing conditions; and the formulation of housing standards. He has worked with the World Health Organization, and in New Zealand, France, and the USA.

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