Case Study

Inclusion in the Health Justice Partnerships in England Research Report

This report presents independent research funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) School for Public Health Research.

Health-justice partnerships are defined as collaborations between health services and organisations specialising in welfare rights. The partnerships allow people to access legal advice and assistance through the health service where they are receiving care. These partnerships provide an integrated response to patients’ needs.

The Bromley Well partnership, managed by BTSE was one of 9 case studies included in the research. This paper explores how these health-justice partnerships are designed and delivered and identifies factors that could contribute to implementation success.

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