Community voices on local health issues and research

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Topic:

  • Working with communities

Resource type:

  • Report

Authors:

  • Ellie Clark, Healthworks

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Publication date:

  • 1st July 2023

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 18th January 2024
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Based in Newcastle, Healthworks has worked across the region for over 27 years with disadvantaged local communities to tackle health inequalities and improve health and wellbeing. Healthwork’s patron is Professor Sir Michael Marmot who is the Director of the Institute of Health Equity and a leading global voice on the social determinants of health. Healthworks works in partnership with the NHS, local authorities, universities and communities to devise cost effective solutions that secure good health impacts for conditions that inhibit quality of life. This report is an initial mapping project to understand health issues that affect people within the region. Views on research and what good practice would look like were also explored.

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