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ARCH Wellbeing Report / Mathilde Castagnet, Ronan Lyons, Sinead Brophy, Gareth Stratton, Ann John, Sarah Rodgers, Richard Fry, Emily Marchant, Charlotte Todd, Jane Lyons, Fatemeh Torabi, Ashley Akbari

Swansea University Author: Ashley Akbari

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This paper describes the contribution of the National Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research (NCPHWR) and Farr Institute, Swansea University to the ARCH Case for Change. NCPHWR was commissioned to help with the development of the Case for Change by utilising its expertise and assets to...

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Published: 2017
Online Access: http://www.arch.wales/getfile/site_documents/Understanding%20and%20Measuring%20Wellbeing.pdf
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description This paper describes the contribution of the National Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research (NCPHWR) and Farr Institute, Swansea University to the ARCH Case for Change. NCPHWR was commissioned to help with the development of the Case for Change by utilising its expertise and assets to help1. Define wellbeing and relevant associated metrics2. Summarise existing knowledge on what works to improve wellbeing3. Advise on wellbeing indicators to consider for use in ARCH4. Advise on how to measure wellbeing using data from SAIL and on data gapsThe research involved discussion and engagement with subject specific experts, scoping reviews of relevant literature and analysis of linked and unlinked data, primarily through the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage (SAIL) databank. Given the amount of work involved the analysis of data from SAIL and the Welsh Health Survey is contained in the accompanying ARCH Data Analysis Report
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