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Subject: Health inequity
A briefing aiming to provide guidance to the NHS and local government on undertaking HEA. Aims to increase understanding of the impact of social, economic and environmental influences on health and health inequalities, and to promote effective action.
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This briefing has been put together by Eastern Region PHO outlining how to measure and monitor health inequalities in a local area, such as a primary care trust (PCT) or a local authority. It has been designed to help support action to tackle health inequalities in new NHS organisations and for...
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Is part of Health inequalities - Vulnerable groups Has part Vulnerable adults (DH)
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Has part Understanding the health needs of migrants in the South East region Assault Prevention Data Sharing Toolkit
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Subject: Health inequity
One of the core missions of commissioners is to reduce health inequalities. Promoting health and well-being is necessary but not sufficient, and it is essential thatimprovements in commissioning and consequent improvements in service delivery, will not widen the gapbetween different groups in...
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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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Subject: Health inequity
Inequality reports from the London Health Observatory from 1996 to 2010.
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Subject: Health inequity
This briefing paper provides an introduction to health inequalities. It is part of a series produced using learning gleaned from health action zones across the East and West Midlands. ISBN: 1842794337
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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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