CPI working with the Isle of Man on JSNA

Posted by: Jennifer Bier on August 9, 2016

The Centre for Public Innovation have recently won an exciting new project working with the Department of Health and Social Care, Public Health Directorate in the Isle of Man undertake a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment chapter on drugs and alcohol, which will drive the strategic objectives of the Drug and Alcohol Strategy.
Leading the work is Mark Napier, Managing Director of the Centre for Public Innovation, and Linda Prickett, who is a highly experienced Public Heath specialist, having previously led on HNAs for prisons in Kent and Guernsey, as well as having  previously advised the Kent Community Safety Partnership Team and the Kent & Medway Domestic Abuse Steering Group.
Mark Napier said: “We are delighted to be working with the  Isle of Man Government, bringing CPI’s expertise in both research as well as our extensive knowledge of drug and alcohol services on what is an extremely important project.

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