All posts tagged social determinants of health

ANNOUNCEMENT: Next ‘Why evaluate?’ workshop to be held on 24th May in Birmingham for local government practitioners

‘Why Evaluate?’ A one-day introductory workshop on research, evidence and evaluation in local government

Run in collaboration with colleagues from Public Health England West Midlands this workshop will explore evaluation issues and offer some pointers to local government practitioners on how to think about and evaluate the effects of…

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BLOG: Transforming community relations is the starting point for achieving real public health improvements

Healthful communities do not emerge out of social and economic deprivation or through top-down intervention. The key is listening to what communities say is making them ill and creating partnerships to address these issues. This allows change to take off and gain a life of its own, explain Katrina…

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