TAPCARE policy review study

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The TAPCARE policy review is a qualitative study aiming to explore the current UK landscape of trauma-informed system level interventions from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and policymakers. The study comprised of document analysis of policies and contextual documents and semi-structured interviews withy professionals with direct experience of developing or implementing trauma-informed approaches in UK health systems. The research data includes table with socio-demographic characteristics of interview participants, anonymized interview transcripts, analyzed documents and data extraction form. The produced data have a small risk of re-identification, after use of pseudonyms and removal of direct identifiers.

Creator(s) Natalia Lewis
Publication date 16 Mar 2022
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.2awc5pqkavac12d6jm1qp9wetm
Citation Natalia Lewis (2022): TAPCARE policy review study. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.2awc5pqkavac12d6jm1qp9wetm
Total size 849.3 KiB