Friday, April 27, 2012

[EQ] Consultation: Tackling public health priorities through the social determinants of health

Consultation:
Tackling public health priorities through the social determinants of health

The Marmot Review 2012

Website: http://bit.ly/IgSj2O

The Institute of Health Equity (IHE) has developed an approach to interventions to improve public health through the social determinants of health (SDH).The approach and accompanying analysis are currently out for consultation.

Intervening in the social determinants of health to improve priority public health conditions and reduce health inequalities
Draft - For consultation

Available online PDF [40p.] at: http://bit.ly/IJDaDv

The approach presented here demonstrates and provides rationale for a social determinants of health (SDH) approach to prevention of priority public health conditions (PPHCs) – specifically alcohol misuse, obesity and smoking.
It also provides evidence and exemplars of interventions which have been developed at local level.

Contents

1. Introduction

2. Context

3. The need for a SDH approach

4. The approach: developing interventions that address the SDH

4.1 Alcohol misuse

4.2 Obesity

4.3 Smoking

5. Case studies

6. Issue arising from the approach

6.1 Developing locally appropriate interventions

6.2 Prioritising and selecting interventions

6.3 Delivering interventions

7. Monitoring and indicators

8. Conclusions


9. Appendix 1: The SDH and proportionate universalism

10. Appendix 2: SDH Glossary
11. Appendix 3: Case Studies and Indicators


List of Case Studies (Section 11 of the Report) http://bit.ly/InUB08

Please send your submissions back to Ilaria Geddes at i.geddes@ucl.ac.uk  by the 25th May.

 

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