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The challenges and joys of evaluating babyClear, Sue Jones, Research Associate, Teesside University

7 March 2017

A team of Fuse researchers from Newcastle and Teesside Universities published the findings from the babyClear study in the North East in ‘Tobacco Control’ a few weeks ago (see our earlier posting for the research paper).  Sue Jones, Research Associate from Teesside University now shares the challenges and joys of evaluating the roll out of this innovative intervention in her blog.

 Please click on link below to view:

Fuse babyClear evaluation blog, March 2017

Fuse is a UKCRC Public Health Research Centre of Excellence. Fuse is a ‘virtual’ research centre, with staff and students based at five universities in the North East of England. It exists to conduct high quality research on improving public health and translating public health evidence into practice.

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