This toolkit is intended to support clinicians and medical students working across the UK in reducing health inequalities. It is created by the British Medical Association, based on the initiatives that clinicians across the country have seen or been involved in.
A report launched today shares fascinating insight into what good personalised care and support looks like for people in ethnically diverse communities. The report, published by Think Local Act Personal, showcases the practices and experiences of fourteen organisations across England.
This report aims to find good examples of personalised care and community-based support for people from ethnically diverse communities.
Get Yourself Active is a programme led by Disability Rights UK and funded by Sport England. This pack offers practical help, tips and advice that can be used to support people with disabilities and long term conditions to participate more in sport and physical activity.
This report, commissioned by The Richmond Group of Charities Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, identifies a series of key questions and opportunities for change through stories of lived experience and is designed to support the plans and actions of people delivering health and care services alongside others who can make a difference for people living with multiple conditions.
In light of the government publishing its draft national data strategy, we take a look back at the recommendations of our report on health inequalities and vaccine hesitancy, where we made a series of recommendations made about how data can be used to support or undermine efforts to tackle health inequalities.
Our Co-Chair Kim Ryley comments on the delays in cancer diagnosis and backlog in cancer treatment and care, which have arisen as a consequence of giving priority to tackling the COVID-19 pandemic
Do you have case studies relating to vaccine take-up among communities where people are experiencing multiple disadvantages? We're keen to hear from organisations or individuals working to increase vaccine take-up in these communities.