People powered research: What do communities identify as important for happy and healthy children and young people? A multi-disciplinary community research priority setting exercise in the City of Bradford, United Kingdom (UK)

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References: Cartwright, C., Rahman, A., Islam, S. et al. People powered research: what do communities identify as important for happy and healthy children and young people? A multi-disciplinary community research priority setting exercise in the City of Bradford, United Kingdom (UK). Int J Equity Health 22, 71 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-023-01881-y

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Christopher Cartwright, Aamnah Rahman, Shahid Islam, Bridget Lockyer, Euroline Roper, Meegan Worcester, Melany Zarate, Rosemary McEachan on behalf of the Happy and Healthy Children’s Steering Group

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