Health in All Policies in local public health partnerships in England
These data are transcripts from 14 local stakeholder interviews. These stakeholders worked to promote health and reduce health inequalities in their areas. 9 participants worked in local authority public health partnerships; 3 working in a public helath role at the regional level and 2 worked in the third sector.
Interviews were conducted in 2019/2020; after March 2020, interviews were conducted online becasue of the COVID-19 pandemic. Before that, interviews were conducted face-to-face.
Interviews were semi-structured, followed a topic guide (loosely) and were open enough to allow participants to follow their own line of thought and interest.
Ethical approval for the study was granted by the University of Sheffield’s School of Health and Related Research Ethics Committee, reference number 030027.
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