Introducing the Strathclyde and Health Foundation collaboration on tackling health inequalities in Scotland

Wednesday, 1st May 2024, 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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The Fraser of Allander Institute and the Centre for Health Policy are embarking on a new 3-year programme of work looking at improving and preventing health inequalities in Scotland through cross-sector and cross-policy initiatives to build more effective policy and practice.

Emma Congreve (FAI) and Kat Smith (CHP) will set out our current plans alongside Chris Creegan (Director of the Health Foundation programme in Scotland) who will discuss the wider context underpinning this investment in Scotland.

At this early stage, we want to hear your ideas and priorities for the programme and to make new connections with stakeholders across Scotland.

Who should attend?

Anyone with a professional or personal interest in how better policy and delivery can improve health outcomes in Scotland.

We are particularly keen to engage with those whose work and experiences inform the social and economic factors that underpin the emergence of health inequalities, for example housing & social justice.

Benefits of attending

  • Understand how you can participate in a wide-ranging programme of work on improving and preventing health inequalities in Scotland.
  • To gain an understanding or the overall aims, initial work plan, and involvement in this project seeking to address health inequalities in Scotland.






Emma Congreve
Deputy Director at the Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde
Katherine Smith
Professor at the Centre for Health Policy, University of Strathclyde

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