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Housing, Care and Support takes a comprehensive look at the issues that affect housing and related support in terms of research, policy and practice, in particular considering the role of housing in public health and well-being and tackling inequalities.
The journal addresses current issues and draws out the main implications for practice from current research and experience. Content also has an end-view of promoting effective practice and disseminating research to show evidence for practice developments.
Housing, Care and Support is multidisciplinary and provides an arena for information, debate and reflection on the wider role of housing in the development of healthy and inclusive communities.
The journal particularly welcomes submissions from researchers, practitioners, academics, policy-makers, directors and managers, people working in the voluntary sector, students and others who research or work in social housing.
Housing, Care and Support is vital for everyone involved in housing and care. It is a hugely valuable source of information for housing managers and directors, supported housing managers, practitioners, heads of housing, residential support services, housing associations, policy-makers, commissioners, academics, researchers, universities and colleges, local authorities, NHS and primary care trusts, carers, users of services and students.
The journal offers a range of content, including:
Regular topics include:
The journal is committed to keeping professionals up to date with all aspects of housing and related support.
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