Here is this months selection of useful resources...


NHS Digital: New analysis of health behaviours by ethnicity

This report presents findings from the Health Survey for England data collected between 2011 and 2019, analysed by ethnicity.  It presents an analysis, conducted by the National Centre for Social Research and University College London, of 73,947 adults living in England. It includes details of longstanding health conditions, wellbeing, obesity, and behaviours such as smoking and drinking alcohol.

My role in tackling health inequalities: A framework for allied health professionals

This framework aims to help AHPs to find their own unique role and explore ways to maximise their contribution when it comes to tackling health inequalities. It was created by the King’s Fund in collaboration with the CSP and the 13 other allied health professional bodies, Public Health England, NHS England and NHS Improvement.

The Institute of Health Equity

The UCL Institute of Health Equity website provides useful resources, data and research that can help you stay up to date with the latest evidence on health inequities.

The institute, which is led by Professor Sir Michael Marmot, works to assess, measure and address the docial determinants of health and improve health equity.

Still rigged: racism in the UK labour market

The TUC has published a new report that lifts the lid on racism in the UK labour market. Based on extensive polling, the study provides quantitative evidence of the scale of workplace discrimination that Black workers face, and offers insights into how this racism undermines their lives, livelihoods, and life chances.

New intensive care guidelines released 

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The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and the Intensive Care Society have launched an updated version of their Guidelines for the Provision of Intensive Care Services (GPICS). The new edition includes lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic.


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