Posts Tagged ‘Inequality’

Socioeconomic inequalities in NHS outpatient care emerged after 2010

Educated 65-year-olds and above use considerably more NHS outpatient care than their less educated peers. This is the key finding of research by the I...

State of Child Health: “Child poverty and Brexit are dark clouds that threaten improvements”

It is encouraging to see that, two years on from the RCPCH's seminal State of Child Health report, warnings have been heeded and children’s health is mov...

Child health: “Government must back positive moves by tackling child poverty”

Child poverty, cuts to public health services and uncertainties about Brexit pose substantial threats to progress in child health. That’s the finding ...

Poverty and deprivation have a significant impact on health outcomes in England and Wales

Avoidable, amenable and preventable mortality is strongly related to area deprivation in England and in Wales, a report by the Office for National Statisti...