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Dec 22, 2016 | by Centre

Happy holidays!

winterwellbeingAll of us here at the What Works Centre
for Wellbeing would like to wish you happy holidays with health, happiness and wellbeing for the new year!

We’ve had a great year and you’ve helped us grow in reach to thousands of people. Thank you.

Aside from co-hosting a range of conferences and workshops, in 2016 we launched our first systematic review and measuring wellbeing discussion paper.

We’re looking forward to an exciting 2016: more systematic reviews focussed on the different wellbeing impacts of work, learning, community, sport and culture. We will also be publishing more discussion papers and practical guides for policy makers and practitioners. Follow us to keep updated on our events and publications as dates are announced.

All the best from the What Works Wellbeing team.

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