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Giving young people a voice’: Lessons from the NHS England Youth Forum

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Giving young people a voice’: Lessons from the NHS England Youth Forum. / Whiting, Lisa; Roberts, Sheila; Evans, Kath; Petty, Julia.

Embedding young people’s participation in health services: New Approaches. ed. / Louca-Mai Brady. University of Bristol : Policy Press, 2020. p. 77-103.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Whiting, L, Roberts, S, Evans, K & Petty, J 2020, Giving young people a voice’: Lessons from the NHS England Youth Forum. in L-M Brady (ed.), Embedding young people’s participation in health services: New Approaches. Policy Press, University of Bristol, pp. 77-103.

APA

Whiting, L., Roberts, S., Evans, K., & Petty, J. (2020). Giving young people a voice’: Lessons from the NHS England Youth Forum. In L-M. Brady (Ed.), Embedding young people’s participation in health services: New Approaches (pp. 77-103). Policy Press.

Vancouver

Whiting L, Roberts S, Evans K, Petty J. Giving young people a voice’: Lessons from the NHS England Youth Forum. In Brady L-M, editor, Embedding young people’s participation in health services: New Approaches. University of Bristol: Policy Press. 2020. p. 77-103

Author

Whiting, Lisa ; Roberts, Sheila ; Evans, Kath ; Petty, Julia. / Giving young people a voice’: Lessons from the NHS England Youth Forum. Embedding young people’s participation in health services: New Approaches. editor / Louca-Mai Brady. University of Bristol : Policy Press, 2020. pp. 77-103

Bibtex

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