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End of Year Updates 2019 
from The UCL Institute of Health Equity

Coming up in 2020 ...

 
HEALTH EQUITY ENGLAND: THE MARMOT REVIEW TEN YEARS ON
While there has been progress in some areas since 2010, there is growing evidence that health inequalities are widening, and life expectancy is stalling
Summary 
Health Equity in England: The Marmot Review 10 Years On, commissioned by the Health Foundation, will be published in February 2020, on the 10-year anniversary of the 2010 Marmot review Fair Society, Healthy Lives the landmark study of health inequalities in England.
 

Watch Professor Sir Michael Marmot and Dr Jennifer Dixon of the Health Foundation,
explain why this review is needed.

While there has been progress in some areas since 2010, there is growing evidence that health inequalities are widening, and life expectancy is stalling. The launch on the 25th February will present key findings and recommendations from the final report of the Marmot Review 10 Years On and explore next steps required to ensure greater progress is made over the next decade.

Read more about the 2020 review

DECEMBER 2019

 
SEASONAL EFFECTS ON STALLING MORTALITY IN ENGLAND:
Briefing note from IHE presenting an estimate of the proportion of the slowdown associated with seasonal factors
 
Summary 
Life expectancy at birth has been increasing in recent decades. However, these improvements which had been around a one-year increase every five and a half years for women and every four years for men in the period 1981 to 2010, slowed to a rate of a one-year increase every 28 years for women and 15 years for men in the years 2011 to 2018.

There has been a considerable amount of discussion of the possible causes of this slowdown - seasonal factors (principally flu and cold weather) and factors affecting all seasons (austerity, material deprivation, demographic factors, disease patterns, statistical artefacts)..

Read the full paper
 

NOVEMBER 2019

 
LAUNCH OF THE COMMISSION ON SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH FOR THE WHO EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN REGION 
The Commission is jointly convened by WHO/EMRO, the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR) and the Institute for Health Equity at the University College London (IHE/UCL)

Image credit @WHOEMRO
Summary 
The UCL Institute of Health Equity has started work on the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region Commission on Social Determinants of Health. In a statement about the new commission and his appointment as Chair, Professor Marmot wrote: 
"I was delighted to be asked by the Director of EMRO to chair the EMR Commission on Social Determinants of Health. The Commission demonstrates a determination by the Director of EMRO and colleagues to take a hugely significant and active role in reducing avoidable health inequalities which, as in other regions, blight the lives of so many in EMR. These health inequalities are not only the result of unequal access to health care, but they arise from inequities in the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age.The EMR Commission will build on the work of the Global Commission on the Social Determinants of Health (2008) and subsequent regional reports in Euro and PAHO. Both regional commissions have added to evidence and supported prioritisation and action on health inequalities. It is expected that the EMR Commission will build knowledge, capacity and ambition on the social determinants of health inequalities and support the regions, member states and stakeholder to take action."

The review is due for completion at the end of 2020. Keep up with the commission activities by visiting this dedicated web page.
EU INHERIT CONSORTIUM LAUNCH NEW POLICY BRIEFS:
Putting health equity at the heart of sustainable transitions, and shifting to more integrated governance for greater health, equity and sustainability
Image Credit: @INHERIT
 
Summary
Recently published policy briefs from the INHERIT consortium provide policy guidance on three critical areas at the heart of sustainable change -
integrated governance, behaviour change and health equity.
Click on the image above for the INHERIT press release and to view the documents.


Further INHERIT publications 
The UCL Institute of Health Equity is one of 18 partners from around Europe working on INHERIT (
INter-sectoral Health and Environment Research for InnovaTion), led by EuroHealthNet.  As a part of the consortium, IHE staff, Dr Ruth Bell and Dr Matluba Khan, are named co-authors on two recently published journal paper relating to the INHERIT work:
  • Urban Green Space: Creating a Triple Win for Environmental Sustainability, Health, and Health Equity through Behavior Change
  • Ten Lessons for Good Practice for the INHERIT Triple Win: Health, Equity, and Environmental Sustainability

Learn more about EU INHERIT

OCTOBER 2019

 
FINAL REPORT OF THE PAN AMERICA HEALTH ORGANISATION ON EQUITY AND HEALTH INEQUALITIES IN THE AMERICAS:
Just societies: Health equity and dignified lives
Image Credit: @PAHO
To address the need to reduce inequalities in health, the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) created the Commission on Equity and Health Inequalities in the Americas in 2016, to assess the best evidence and propose actions to improve inequalities in health outcomes of the people in the Americas. The commission was chaired by the UCL Institute of Health Equity (IHE) Director, Professor Sir Michael Marmot.

Working with the Commission's Cross Cutting Themes (CCTs) group at PAHO The Institute of Health Equity acted as the scientific and technical secretariat for the Commission. The final report, published October 2019, Just societies: Health equity and dignified lives, contains evidence about the drivers of health inequalities across the Americas, and practical recommendations and evidence from across the Region about how to tackle them. Read more about the commission.

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Stay up-to-date with current affairs on health equity, life expectancy and the social determinants of health. The work of The Institute is often cited in UK news and globally.

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The Institute is engaged in a number of ongoing research and review projects, with local, national or global reach, and we continue to advocate for health equity and action on the social determinants of health. We do this by presenting at events, by teaching and delivering lectures, by working with influential network groups, and through our writings, journal publications and other media outlets.

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