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Neil Perkins

Research Fellow

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Neil Perkins

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Towards an Implementation‐STakeholder Engagement Model (I‐STEM) for improving health and social care services, Potthoff, S., Finch, T., Bührmann, L., Etzelmumller, A., van Genugten, C., Girling, M., May, C., Perkins, N., Vis, C., Rapley, T. 1 Oct 2023, In: Health Expectations
  • The Implementation of Whole-School Approaches to Transform Mental Health in UK Schools: A Realist Evaluation Protocol, Spencer, L., Flynn, D., Johnson, A., Maniatopoulos, G., Newham, J., Perkins, N., Wood, M., Woodley, H., Henderson, E. 2022, In: International Journal of Qualitative Methods
  • Partnership or insanity: why do health partnerships do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result?, Perkins, N., Hunter, D., Visram, S., Finn, R., Gosling, J., Adams, L., Forrest, A. 16 Jan 2020, In: Journal of Health Services Research & Policy

Other Courses MPhil December 19 2002


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