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Sir Michael Marmot Nov 11
Given the reluctance of central government to act on on and health inequalities, this action at local areas is so encouraging.
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Vilelmini Sosoni 9h
Very interesting and useful workshop on accessibility to the media, and by Kerasia Michalopoulou in Greek.
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POCOG Nov 9
How do social determinants affect health?
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Reel Vanessa Wells 💬 Nov 10
/ is definitely not seen as sexy and thus has less social value or respect. Great episode about
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POCOG Nov 9
Smoking rates are declining but declining faster in the highest SES groups
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Gemma Skaczkowski Nov 9
What does change in and health inequity look like at a public policy level?
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Katy McFadden CNM, RNC-NIC 9h
50% of NYC B/W maternal mortality disparity is from hospital quality President Dr. Riley, did NOTHING when 2 Black mothers died of preventable causes in 2017 & gave a key note speech on in 2018 almost exclusively discussing
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Ave Põld 23h
"There is a social gradient in ." Ideas to tackle social inequity presented by to International Health course. People-oriented interventions as central to better health outcomes.
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JBI Studios 16h
This week is "Captioning Awareness Week" in the U.K. to help spread awareness for the need for captions in art venues by
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POCOG Nov 9
Matt Fisher is setting the scene with social determinants of health
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Simonsgoonabe Nov 6
Is wondering if he is ever going to feel well again !
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Mistress Val & Mistress Vio Nov 9
Send an extra £15 if your pathetic dick is smaller than your little finger 👻 no woman would want that.
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POCOG Nov 9
The people most likely to call are those with the greatest resources. The most vulnerable are least likely to call for help
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Dr Mikaela Jorgensen 6h
Good article by . Sustainable health systems really do need to look outside of their doors and grapple with the big drivers of poor health - the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work & age - and growing health inequities.
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POCOG Nov 9
A fine example of blaming the person, the individual, rather than the complex context that drives health inequities, a false dichotomy
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Fraser Serle Nov 11
We need better understanding & buy-in to the model from financal directors, service planners, commissioners within the NHS & local government - the medical model has held way for too long
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POCOG Nov 9
We need to change the narrative around health inequalities , everything we do must be evaluated through the lens of ‘what does this do to address inequalities?’
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Abt Associates Nov 6
“An integrated system is the only way to ensure that kids are getting a high-quality experience prenatally through the time they enter school.” This month on , we discuss , and closing the :
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tracy jackson Nov 6
If your going to break your arm do it properly.
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Goddess Bunny 12h
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