Making Research Real: Evaluating the Bromley by Bow Model
PHE ePoster Library. Stocks-Rankin C. 09/12/17; 186630; 181
Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin
Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin
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Abstract The Bromley by Bow ModelThe Marmot Review and the subsequent work of the UCL Institute for Health Equity has provided a comprehensive, robust and widely accepted framework for understanding the causes and consequences of health inequality in England.The combined Bromley by Bow Centre and Health Partnership model represents one approach to tackling the wider determinants of health. One of the features of this model is that it combines primary care with a broad range of non-clinical provision. It is a place-based approach and has developed to meet the needs of the community across the life course. Research methodUsing a developmental and community-centred approach, this research is focused on defining effectiveness of the model's mechanisms and their appropriateness for communities with high levels of deprivation. PHE's funding for this evaluation creates a valuable opportunity to build the evidence base on community-centred approaches and to disseminate transferable learning and measurement in the public health system. Outputs1) A clear articulation of the BBB model and how community health and wellbeing is being improved through the organisation/partnership and in the locality.2) Understanding of the mechanisms of change - what processes work for whom.3) Capturing important outcomes - for individuals, the local community and organisations.4) New methods for evaluating community hubs - evaluation framework, key steps, and lessons learned.This presentation, delivered at the one year milestone of this project, will report on progress towards the above outputs. External funding details Public Health EnglandThe Wellcome TrustThe Health Foundation
Abstract The Bromley by Bow ModelThe Marmot Review and the subsequent work of the UCL Institute for Health Equity has provided a comprehensive, robust and widely accepted framework for understanding the causes and consequences of health inequality in England.The combined Bromley by Bow Centre and Health Partnership model represents one approach to tackling the wider determinants of health. One of the features of this model is that it combines primary care with a broad range of non-clinical provision. It is a place-based approach and has developed to meet the needs of the community across the life course. Research methodUsing a developmental and community-centred approach, this research is focused on defining effectiveness of the model's mechanisms and their appropriateness for communities with high levels of deprivation. PHE's funding for this evaluation creates a valuable opportunity to build the evidence base on community-centred approaches and to disseminate transferable learning and measurement in the public health system. Outputs1) A clear articulation of the BBB model and how community health and wellbeing is being improved through the organisation/partnership and in the locality.2) Understanding of the mechanisms of change - what processes work for whom.3) Capturing important outcomes - for individuals, the local community and organisations.4) New methods for evaluating community hubs - evaluation framework, key steps, and lessons learned.This presentation, delivered at the one year milestone of this project, will report on progress towards the above outputs. External funding details Public Health EnglandThe Wellcome TrustThe Health Foundation
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