The impacts of social enterprise-led activity on health and well-being: an integrative review

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

Review aims:
Identify and critically appraise quantitative and qualitative studies of social enterprise-led interventions on health and well-being.
Extract data from quantitative studies and analyse, where possible, the effectiveness of the activities.
Extract and collate data regarding the range of mechanisms that are put forward to explain the effects of social enterprise-led activities on health and well-being.
Original languageEnglish
TypePeer-Reviewed Systematic Review Protocol
Media of outputonline
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2012

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Keywords

  • social enterprise
  • health
  • interventions

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2012, Peer-Reviewed Systematic Review Protocol.

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