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LSE Health and Social Care wins a Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education 2009

Read the full LSE Health and Social Care submission brochure:
Bridging Research and Policy for Better Health and Social Care|

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Queen's Anniversary Prize|

Press and Media

18th February 2010 (The Times - Queen's Anniversary Prizes 2010, pages 2 & 3) 
Looking for the answers in health and social care

LSE Health and Social Care, a research centre within the LSE's department of social policy, has won a Queen's Anniversary Prize for applying research to the advancement of global health and social care policy. "The centre works to bridge the gap between research and policy," explains Professor Alistair McGuire, head of the department of social policy. A key part of its work involves identifying best practice across the European Union and discovering how it stems from local policies. The centre is currently involved in developing the EU's mental health strategy. Its work has also fuelled debate about contentious healthcare reforms in the United States.




 

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