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Sir Michael Marmot
UCL Institute Health Equity / WMA President / Chair WHO CSDH: Closing the Gap in a Generation / Fair Society Healthy Lives / Do something, Do more, do better!
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 13
Did I? What is the song?
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 11
Your book is such an important contribution. It was a privilege to read and comment on it.
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IHE (Marmot Review) Sep 10
New analysis from explores how failure to invest in the nation's health is storing up problems for the future. They call for a whole-government approach to Read the full report:
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Eric Topol Sep 8
Winners take all: 2 opposite approaches to changing the world Sir explains why is right and is off base for fixing a system of global inequality
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 8
Remembered with pleasure.
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 7
It may well be that improving global health and reducing global poverty will take systemic changes, not just streamlining of philanthropy, My piece in . As asks: do arsonists make the best firefighters?”
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Prof Sally Davies Sep 5
I have written to to express my sincere disappointment and show my support for doctors across the country, particularly . Doctors are amongst the most trusted people in our country; it is worth listening to what they have to say with respect.
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James Felton Sep 5
In two days Johnson lost his majority live on TV, fired 23 MPs, became the first PM in history to lose his first three commons votes and now he has to sit there completely powerless until the other parties give him permission to have an election. UK press: CORBYN IS A CHICKEN
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 4
Warmest congratulations Trisha
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Andrew Marr Sep 2
If true, sensational & the most damaging leak the BJ administration has suffered
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 3
Could you point me to the Dutch Research? Very grateful.
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Jo Bibby Aug 27
Poor housing affects the wellbeing of people now and is storing up significant problems for their future health. As says: What is the point of treating people only to send them back to the conditions that make them ill.
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Sir Michael Marmot Aug 24
Remember: a majority of young people want to stay in the EU. If you are really concerned for young people campaign enthusiastically for Remain. Jeremy Corbyn accuses Tories of failing a generation of children
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2030 Agenda CH Aug 23
📢“Why treat people and send them back to the conditions that made them ?” – Sir , expert on health inequalities, partners with Switzerlnad 🇨🇭 in promoting a systemic approach to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all, SDG3
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KY Health Facts Aug 22
New Punitive social policy: an upstream determinant of health by E Nosrati
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Sir Michael Marmot Aug 19
Illuminating essay that looks at the legacy of slavery. Brutal to slaves, and southern whites defined freedom as 'not slavery', rather than anything more positive. American Capitalism Is Brutal. You Can Trace That to the Plantation.
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ICRC Aug 14
When can you torture someone? Is an international armed conflict happening? | | ❌ ✅— it's a war crime | Is a non-international armed conflict happening? | | ❌ ✅— it's an IHL violation | Peace time? | ✅— still illegal Torture is unacceptable.
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Sir Michael Marmot Aug 12
Klinenberg's Heat Wave does. More trees and green space in poorer areas might stop the temperature going up quite so much. More social capital would reduce its deadly effects.
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Sir Michael Marmot Aug 12
An illustration, a deadly one, of why action on climate change and action on social determinants of health and health equity have to proceed together.
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Sir Michael Marmot Aug 12
In heatwaves, poor parts of cities suffer more. The heat island effect has inequalities... like so much else. via
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