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Liu JJ, Davidson E, Bhopal RS, et al. Adapting Health Promotion Interventions to Meet the Needs of Ethnic Minority Groups: Mixed-Methods Evidence Synthesis. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2012 Nov. (Health Technology Assessment, No. 16.44.)

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Adapting Health Promotion Interventions to Meet the Needs of Ethnic Minority Groups: Mixed-Methods Evidence Synthesis.

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Acknowledgements

We thank our Independent Project Steering Committee members, Dr Laurence Gruer (Chair), Professor Susan Michie, Dr Ash Samanta and Asma Sader, who provided helpful guidance and support throughout the project. In addition, we acknowledge the assistance of Dr Cecile Wabnitz, Dr Geoff Wong, Dr Umar Yousuf, Smitha Kakde, Fiona Adams and Anna Wierzoch for their contributions to this work and for their invaluable support. Furthermore, we would like to acknowledge the support from Diane Clay and Marshall Dozier for their invaluable help with searching the electronic databases.

We are very grateful to Dr Wayne Giles, Dr Anne Karen Jenum and Professor Mike Kelly for presenting at our first user engagement conference. In addition, we would also like to express our gratitude to the many academics and health service providers and users who participated in our qualitative interviews and our user engagement conferences, without whom this project would not have been possible.

Contribution of authors

Aziz Sheikh was the principal investigator for the project and as such was involved in all aspects of the project. He, along with Raj Bhopal, conceived this project, led the writing of the research grant, managed the researchers, led the Investigators Group and oversaw all aspects of the work, including the writing and editing of this report.

Jing Jing Liu (Research Associate) and Emma Davidson (Research Fellow) contributed to all aspects of the project and the design and writing of the report.

Raj Bhopal, Martin White, Mark Johnson, Gina Netto and Mark Deverill were involved in the development and oversight of the project in their role as the Investigators Group; they also contributed to reviewing and editing of the report.

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