Working together to reduce health inequalities - Primary Health Care Journal Primary Health Care - Georgia Faherty, Liz Gaulton

In this article, in Primary Health Care Journal , colleagues working in Coventry discuss the efforts of the city to reduce Health Inequalities by adopting  'Marmot principles' across policy areas, along with six other cities:

Since Coventry became a Marmot City, the life expectancy gap between the most affluent and most deprived has narrowed. Educational development, health outcomes, life satisfaction and employment have improved, while crime in priority locations has reduced.

Read the full report about Coventry's efforts toward Health Equity