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Health and Care Services for People Sleeping Rough: The views of people with lived experience

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Health and Care Services for People Sleeping Rough : The views of people with lived experience. / Pleace, Nicholas; Bretherton, Joanne.

University of York, 2020. 21 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Pleace, N & Bretherton, J 2020, Health and Care Services for People Sleeping Rough: The views of people with lived experience. University of York. <https://www.york.ac.uk/media/healthsciences/images/research/prepare/reportsandtheircoverimages/Health&CareServicesforPeopleSleepingRough.pdf>

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Pleace, N., & Bretherton, J. (2020). Health and Care Services for People Sleeping Rough: The views of people with lived experience. University of York. https://www.york.ac.uk/media/healthsciences/images/research/prepare/reportsandtheircoverimages/Health&CareServicesforPeopleSleepingRough.pdf

Vancouver

Pleace N, Bretherton J. Health and Care Services for People Sleeping Rough: The views of people with lived experience. University of York, 2020. 21 p.

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Pleace, Nicholas ; Bretherton, Joanne. / Health and Care Services for People Sleeping Rough : The views of people with lived experience. University of York, 2020. 21 p.

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