This showcase event will highlight some of the major issues surrounding the impact of health inequalities on children, young people and families, the working age population and older people. Speakers will highlight recent findings from researchers at the University of Manchester and elsewhere as well as some of the current challenges facing decision-makers.
This event will be of interest to researchers, NHS staff, policy makers and staff from third sector organisations as well as public health staff in our local Greater Manchester councils.
This showcase event is organised by the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences cross cutting theme on 'health and social inequalities' in association with the Faculty's social responsibility activities.
Booking and further details:
To register for this FREE event contact Jane Mann, email@example.com.
Tel: 0161 306 7900
About the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences cross cutting theme in health and social inequalities:
The theme focuses on supporting interdisciplinary research grants, developing collaborations and supporting the University’s social responsibility activities. We work with University colleagues, especially in Humanities as well as staff in our MAHSC partner trusts, local authorities and the voluntary sector to develop further collaborations.
The theme is led by Matt Sutton, Professor of Health Economics, Institute of Population Health - Matt.firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're a staff member at the University of Manchester and would like to get involved in the theme: please contact: Rebecca Jones, Health Sciences Co-ordinator, MHS Research Deanery
Event Registration: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-inequalities-showcase-impact-and-outcomes-across-the-lifecourse-tickets-12928233695