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Subject: Health inequity
Factsheets covering specific topics on health improvement including the Public Service Agreement target areas specifically associated with the achievement of improvement of overall public health, and the reduction of health inequalities.
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Subject: Health inequity
Health needs assessment is a systematic approach to improving the health of the population by ensuring that health services are delivered efficiently and in a manner that reduces inequalities.
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Author: Doris Hain
Using mortality and population data from 2001 to 2007 DSRs and life expectancy were calculated for all Middle Layer Super Output Areas in the East of England.
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Author: Hain, D.
DSRs (with CIs) for All age, all cause mortality 2001-03 to 2005-07, by gender, for Counties/UAs, County quintiles, County 80/20 standardises - as in previous years - against East of England Census 2001 population.
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Subject: Health inequity
Inequality reports from the London Health Observatory from 1996 to 2010.
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Author: Pacesetters
Subject: Health inequity
Pacesetters is a partnership between local communities who experience health inequalities, the NHS and the Department of Health (DH). The Equality and Human Rights Group (EHRG) of DH is working with six strategic health authorities (SHAs) on the programme.
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Subject: Health profiles
A collection of Health Profiles for the East of England
An intergenerational frugal living group which meets weekly at Spafield Family Resource Centre to learn about using our resources more efficiently, nutrition, budgeting, growing and harvesting of food and herbs and exploring their use through practical interactive workshops in cookery and creation...
We have two Deaf members who are fully trained to deliver the COOK IT programme to other Deaf members. We have developed a signed COOK IT DVD for Deaf people to view.  It covers the information from the COOK IT programme and is signed in British Sign Language. Big Lottery Fund, Santander, Henry...
Growing Together will develop a community garden on unused land to help local families and groups to grow, cook and eat fruit and vegetables. The project aims to engage members of Dunmanway community in sharing and learning skills (including intergenerational cooperation) to promote healthy eating...

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