Research and analysis

Local conversations on health inequalities: summary of findings

Summary of findings carried out by TNS BMRB (a research organisation that helps the government to evaluate policy).


National Conversation on Health Inequalities: Research

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The National Conversation on Health Inequalities is a Public Health England programme that wants to start a conversation about health inequalities, their cause and possible solutions. This summary of research findings looks at the background to the programme and explains why an open discussion is the best way to encourage local action.

Published 25 June 2014