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Providing the Evidence Base for Public Health - The HPA's Research Strategy 2005-10

Providing the Evidence Base for Public Health - The HPA's Research Strategy 2005-10

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Health Protection Agency

Publication date: October 2005

 

Synopsis

 

This is a five year research and development strategy report. The report outlines the main functions and unique R&D capabilities at the Health Protection Agency. The main R&D themes are listed, and described in relation to the Agency's key corporate goals.

 

The report also outlines how the Agency is committed to working in partnership to optimise the utilisation of its research base and its application to Health Protection. Details of key R&D targets are provided in the electronic version. This report provides a framework that will guide the Health Protection Agency and partner organisations on productive areas for Research and Development.


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Please note hard copies do not contain the section "Detail of Thematic Key Research Questions"

Last reviewed: 28 March 2013