June 2017

Social relations and wellbeing

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Social relations and wellbeing

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In terms of community wellbeing, social relations account for interactions and interpersonal relations taking place between individuals, and also connect groups, communities, and institutions to achieve more cohesive and healthier societies.

The aim of this scoping review of reviews was to identify existing reviews of interventions, actions, and policies that have “boosting social relations” (or proxy measures) as an intended outcome, in order to identify existing knowledge and identify evidence gaps.

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