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• NHS England. (2017). Diabetes treatment and care programme. England.nlis.uk. Intns://www.en land nlis.uk/diabocs/ircatmeni-care’ .ntt ww,,,,,cdc, work laceneaith ies diabetes interventions ro rams.html 4. Hypertension • ht www.nhs.0 conc h-blood-txessure-h ertensiont • /””ent/publications/health high -bl°”” pressure /health natters-combatin hi h-blood e e4:”:t h%2Oblood%20 ressure%20affects%20more over4420the%201ast%20few962 • htt s:uidance n 136 ears. Other useful resources Smith, Morrow and Ross (2015) Chapter 2. Types of intervention and theirdeveloprnent Template: SLIDE 3. Title: Why is research important? Image: to illustrate the role of research Write 150 words to explain the aim of research
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