The Marmot Review 10 Years On: Health Equity in England (BBC News / Institute of Health Equity / King’s Fund)

Summary

The Marmot Review has been updated (commissioned by the Health Foundation), to reflect developments since the Marmot Review of 2010. Austerity appears to have had an adverse impact on levels of social wellbeing. Life expectancy of women in the poorest communities in England has declined since 2011:

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Poorest women’s life expectancy declines, finds report. London: BBC Health News, February 25th 2020.

This relates to:

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Marmot, M. Allen, J. [and] Boyce, T. [et al] (2020). Health equity in England: the Marmot Review 10 years on. London: Institute of Health Equity, February 25th 2020.

A graphic on the 18.6 year gap in male healthy life expectancy at birth between local areas in the UK:

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Regional differences in health are large and growing. [Online]: Health Foundation, February 26th 2020.

Health Inequalities Explained

A King’s Fund “Explainer” on health inequalities:

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Williams, E. Buck, D. [and] Babalola, G. (2020). What are health inequalities? London: King’s Fund, February 18th 2020.

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