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Summary and Mini Case Book In the News News Coverage A prescription for Poverty Too Many Men Die Young Modern life is leaving women twice as likely to be stressed as men as they juggle work, family and children Ihsan Doğramacı Family Health Foundation Prize Are we seeing a new ‘inequality paradigm’ in social science? ’30,000 excess deaths linked to NHS and social care cuts’ Three Rules For Helping Rebuild Communities Surging ahead: How smarter urbanisation can help us meet the challenges of rapid growth BMJ Opinion - Sian Griffiths: Inequality matters Whose responsibility are green spaces? Working together to reduce health inequalities in the Marmot City of Coventry How do we solve the issues of longevity? Epilepsy for a Higher Risk Groups Health in all policies A bigger cake Boys and Men's Health: An urgent need to make the investment - Pharmacy in Focus - Ten Questions Views on End of Life Care Dentistry.co.uk - Is it too easy to blame parents for children’s poor oral health? Want, disease, ignorance, squalor and idleness: are Beveridge’s five evils back? Feminists fight to keep gender questions in census Parliamentary citation Is everything you think you know about depression wrong? Life expectancy in Britain has stagnated, meaning that a million years of life could disappear by 2058 – why? Investing in Young People's Mental Health Needs Today for Tomorrow Health inequality costs A century of improving life expectancies in the UK is now officially over Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/opinion/century-improving-life-expectancies-uk-now-officially/ Rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs will cut life expectancy by a year as drugs become less effective The consequences of workplace surveillance Life expectancy falls by a year in several regions of England Rod Liddle on how longer lives have been lost under a mountain of fat BBC Radio 4 The World This Weekend - Global news and analysis Hammond dismisses Johnson call for £5 billion a year extra for NHS after Brexit Brexit - Johnson is rebuked for "discredited" NHS claim Our NHS Needs An Innovative Future - Today We're Outlining Labour's Five Point Plan Devolution Inaction - The House Magazine GP inspections: are sanctions holding back improvement in poor areas? 42% of Households in Northern Ireland Affected by Fuel Poverty Rich outlive poor by more than 8 years Why neoliberal institutions are pushing ‘Accountable Care Inclusion health: a new perspective on health inequalities? Raw Power: Britain’s changing appetite for veg Reversing the social curse - blog post Coventry under the spotlight for Norwegian Health delegation Going broke midlife tied to increased risk of premature death As rich children slim down, poor ones are getting fatter - The Economist Millennials are on track to have worse health in middle age than their parents Winter death toll hits highest level for FIVE YEARS after the country was buffeted by the 'Beast from the East' Yes, let’s celebrate the NHS at 70. But it isn’t the only service keeping us healthy LIFESPAN GROWTH SLOWING Brits’ life expectancy slowing due to austerity and unhealthy lifestyles Mark Thomas – Check Up: Our NHS at 70 review – infectious wit and political fury Today’s children set to live shorter lives than parents - The Times The Guardian view on life expectancy stalling: a political choice Higher taxes on the rich could reduce UK health inequality, says expert TV and Radio BBC Start the Week - Health Inequality: TB, Trauma and Technology Marmot Indicators, 18 July 2017 - broadcast coverage overview BBC Radio 5 Live with Adrian Chiles - Michael Marmot was featured on the Adrian Chiles slot 11 Sept 2017 BBC 2 Daily Politics - Michael Marmot appearance - 12 Sept 2017 RSM The NHS at 70 Podcast: Episode 5: Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, UCL – ‘Society and Health’ Articles by the Institute Team Working for health equity Paying for the positive impact Socioeconomic disadvantage and onset of disabling chronic condition in childhood The Role of Social Determinants in Tackling Health Objectives in a Context of Economic Crisis Closing the Gap in a Generation: Health Equity through Action on the Social Determinants of Health How will the Financial Crisis Affect Health? The Right to Sutures Social Epidemiology Human Rights and Social Justice Social Science and Medicine Reviews and Response Improving Health: Social Determinants and Personal Choice Using conditionality as a solution to the problem of low uptake of essential services among disadvantaged communities: a social determinants view Shocking Annual Death Toll from Cold Homes is Preventable Global Action on Social Determinants of Health Social Determinants of Health in Europe Building of the Global Movement for Health Equity: from Santiago to Rio and Beyond WHO European Review of Social Determinants of Health and the Health Divide The art of Medicine - Europe: good, bad, and beautiful Drivers Newsletter Importance of Monitoring Health Inequalities Social Gradient Children's health harmed by rising poverty How you can fight injustice to save lives Family socio-economic status and young children's outcomes Social Determinants of Health Equity Social Determinants of Mental Health Capital Health Health Inequalities: Why they matter From Science to Policy Book Chapter Growing up healthy. Or not. Child health inequalities in the UK Systematic review of parenting interventions in European countries aiming to reduce social inequalities in children's health and development Employment, income and health inequalities in the economic recovery Take the local lead on health inequalities Planning – a powerful tool for reducing health inequalities Going hungry, and the importance of absolute poverty Inégalités en matière de santé en Angleterre: politique récente et éléments de preuve We can do better in building society Planning for Health and Well-Being: Chapter 7 - 'Health Inequalities and the Role of the Physical and Social Environment' A Lancet 'Film and Book' review by Michael Marmot, featuring Inequality: What Can Be Done? a book by Anthony B Atkinson, and The Divide, a film by Katharine Round The art of medicine - Post-truth and science Galileo—speaking truth to power The UK’s current health problems should be treated with urgency - BMJ What can Britain learn from the US on links between economic distress and poor health? Man-made disaster - Book Review - The Lancet Inclusion Health: addressing the causes of the causes - The Lancet Just societies, health equity, and dignified lives: the PAHO Equity Commission Press Releases and Briefings Marmot Indicators 2014 Press Release Measuring What Matters: A Guide for Children's Centres Health Inequalities in the EU Review of Social Determinants and the Health Divide in the WHO European Region The impact of the economic downturn and policy changes on health inequalities in London IHE Response to Alcohol Strategy Marmot Indicators 2015 Press Release Marmot Indicators 2017 Briefing PAHO Commission on Equity and Health Inequalities in the Americas met with officials and civil society in Trinidad and Tobago A Fair, Supportive Society - Press Release Search Contact us Search Press Releases and Briefings A Fair, Supportive Society - Press Release The IHE report A Fair, Supportive Society highlights that some of the most vulnerable people in society – those with learning disabilities – will die 15-20 years sooner on average than the general population – that’s 1,200 people every year. Read the full press release at this link (PDF).