January 2017

Housing and Wellbeing: Rapid Scoping Review + Appendices

Housing and Wellbeing: Rapid Scoping Review + Appendices
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Intro

This scoping review gives an indication of where initial evidence is, and where the gaps in knowledge exist.

It also informed our decision to focus on housing for vulnerable groups in our upcoming systematic review in early 2018. You can sign up by entering your email address into the evidence alert box in the bottom right of this page, to be alerted when the full review is published.

A lot of people are living in awful housing. That has a knock-on effect on everything else, their mental health and within the community.

Close Intro

What are the key findings?

Why should you care?

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