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author = {Danielli, S and Donnelly, P and Coffey, T and Horn, S and Ashrafian, H and Darzi, A},
doi = {pubmed/fdaa203},
journal = {Journal of Public Health},
pages = {e76--e78},
title = {Measuring more than just economic growth to improve well-being},
url = {},
volume = {44},
year = {2022}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

AB - It's official: The UK is in a recession. The economy has suffered its biggest slump on record with a drop in gross domestic product (GDP) of 20.4%. 1 This is going to have a significant impact on our health and well-being. It risks creating a spiralling decay as we know good health is not only a consequence, but also a condition for sustained and sustainable economic development. 2 In this way, the health of a nation creates a virtuous circle of improved health and improved economic prosperity. How we measure prosperity is therefore important and needs to be considered.
AU - Danielli,S
AU - Donnelly,P
AU - Coffey,T
AU - Horn,S
AU - Ashrafian,H
AU - Darzi,A
DO - pubmed/fdaa203
EP - 78
PY - 2022///
SN - 1741-3842
SP - 76
TI - Measuring more than just economic growth to improve well-being
T2 - Journal of Public Health
UR -
UR -
UR -
VL - 44
ER -