Health professionals’ knowledge & practice supporting clients affected by socio-economic hardship

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Since the start of the Covid19 pandemic, health and social care systems globally are having to deal with the health consequences of existing and exacerbated economic hardship amongst different population groups, some of whom have never previously been unaffected by the same, and this situation is predicted to worsen over the coming years.

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MRes | MPhil | PhD | MSc by Research
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Usually February and October - at individual School's discretion

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