Tag Archives: Social Inequality and Inequalities in Life Expectancy

Life Expectancy Among Older Age Groups in England: Statistical Trends and Variations (BBC News / Public Health England)

Summary A report by Public Health England indicates that older people in England are living longer nowadays. Longevity statistics show that among persons aged 65, men can expect to live for a further 19 years and women a further 21 … Continue reading

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Local Health Systems: Principles of Re-Design and Performance Measurement (LGA / King’s Fund / ADASS / SOLACE / CfPS / ADPH)

Summary The Local Government Association has issued a list of basic principles for planning service re-design. Local systems should aim to meet these fundamental requirements for improving services to achieve better health and wellbeing outcomes. Full Text Link Reference Shared … Continue reading

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Health Inequalities, Social Inequality and Inequalities in Life Expectancy: Recent History and Policy Implications (King’s Fund)

Summary It has been known for some time that persons living in neighbourhood areas with higher levels of income deprivation have statistically lower life expectancy and disability-free life expectancy. This relationship has become known as the “Marmot curve”. This report … Continue reading

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