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The potential for Time Credits to generate public health outcomes – a conceptual model – working paper

This paper outlines how we expect the different activities associated with earning and spending Time Credits to generate public health outcomes and reduce health inequalities.

In the paper, we assume positive health outcomes to emerge through a causal process, where a range of ‘lower level’ outcomes associated with Time Credits earn and spend activity affect health and wellbeing, potentially across the life-course

Working Paper 4

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Author

Sanna Markkanen

Gemma Burgess

Publication Date

March 2016