Academic journal article Perspectives in Public Health

Health Inequalities: A National Conversation

Academic journal article Perspectives in Public Health

Health Inequalities: A National Conversation

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Where you live, what you earn and how long you stay in education can all have an effect on your health and wellbeing, and it is still the case that on average, those living in the poorest neighbourhoods will die seven years earlier than those living in the wealthiest. In light of this, Public Health England (PHE) has announced the launch of a national conversation about health inequalities in order to open up a dialogue and gather suggestions on how to narrow the health inequalities gap.

By speaking with public health professionals and community leaders and holding a series of workshops with members of the public, PHE are hoping to gain a better understanding of the public's view of health inequalities and how they are affected by them, and to collate this knowledge for dissemination both locally and nationally. …

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