The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare deep-seated health inequalities. This issue is now at the forefront of the minds of people across the health and care system, as they seek to develop strategies aimed at reducing health inequalities at a regional, integrated care system (ICS) and place level.
This conference will bring together individuals and teams developing health inequalities strategies. We will discuss the need for universal action at a population health level and targeted action to address issues affecting people facing the worst health outcomes, showing how these two approaches interlink.
The conference will also explore opportunities across health and care to tackle health inequalities and learn from local and international leaders about how they are overcoming the challenges of turning evidence into action to make a difference to health inequalities.
Networking opens Monday 17 April. Sessions go live Tuesday 25 – Wednesday 26 April.
Catch up on demand until Sunday 14 May, when the event closes.