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Placing health tackles the question of how health is affected by where people live, through an examination of England's Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy and its health targets. It evaluates the evidence base for the strategy, compares experiences from similar countries, and explores the relevance of complexity theory to area-based health improvement.
Tim Blackman is Professor of Sociology and Social Policy in the School of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Durham. He advises the Neighbourhood Renewal Unit and local partnerships on health improvement strategies, and was formerly Head of Research for Newcastle City Council.