Report 9/2022
Reducing health inequalities in Luton: A Marmot Town by Michael Marmot, Michael Alexander, Jessica Allen, Chimeme Egbutah, Peter Goldblatt Scarlet Willis

Reducing health inequalities in Luton: A Marmot Town

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The Institute of Health Equity is working with local authorities up and down the country to do what they can, to implement the right approaches to reduce health inequalities. The public health department of Luton Borough Council commissioned IHE to support the local authority and other partners to act on health inequalities and become the first ‘Marmot Town’, joining the other ‘Marmot Places’ that are working with the IHE to prioritise health equity.

The report, Reducing Health Inequalities in Luton: A Marmot Town, is based on an assessment of data and local evidence and makes recommendations to reduce health inequalities and make Luton a fairer place to live, work, grow up and grow old in.

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