Human Rights and adult social Care: Prof. Chris Hatton

Published: 11/03/2020

Prof. Chris Hatton from Lancaster University looks at why tackling health inequities matters for social care.

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. (2020). Human Rights and adult social Care: Chris Hatton Part 1. Dartington: Research in Practice. Download citation file

Prof. Chris Hatton from Lancaster University looks at why tackling health inequities matters for social care.

Prof. Chris Hatton from Lancaster University looks at why tackling health inequities matters for social care.

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